Biophilia might be one of the keys to wellbeing and productivity

[2109 Award-winning Article] Biophilic design principles offer new ways to enhance workforce productivity and employee well-being.

By Kelly Taylor
Issue 11 - Spring 2019 pages 45 - 49
Tags: wellbeing • workplace design • productivity

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The Work&Place Editorial Advisory Board applauds this article as one of the eight best articles we published in 2019. We recommend it highly for its insights, its thoughtful focus on the impact of living plants on the workplace and work itself, and its identification of the linkages between biophilia and workplace productivity.

A brief history of biophilia and its impact
“The passionate love of life and all that is alive,” wrote German-born American psychoanalyst Erich Fromm when first describing the term biophili

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