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The future of office working and why biophilic design matters, with Katie Le Chevalier

During the pandemic, research showed that going for walks was one of our top coping strategies.  Websites which showed footage of wildlife saw hits increase by over 2000%.  Studies found that during lockdowns, people not only spent more time in nature but were noticing it more.  The last 2 years have been a catalyst for change, but how are companies responding?

Will nature be put at the heart of office design?  And what would happen if it was?

Joined by Katie Le Chevalier, Biophilic Design Expert from Planteria, we discuss it all.