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Buildings don't have to take away green spaces. Richard Hassel of WHOA Architects elaborates on the importance of biophilic design in Asia. (PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore by Patrick Bingham-Hall)

Buildings don't have to take away green spaces. Richard Hassel of WHOA Architects elaborates on the importance of biophilic design in Asia. (PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore by Patrick Bingham-Hall)

Incorporate the nature in this structure (glass and metal) I Transparency & Brightness I Meet the nature in your bathroom I Take a break I A new conception of the spa

Incorporate the nature in this structure (glass and metal) I Transparency & Brightness I Meet the nature in your bathroom I Take a break I A new conception of the spa

Penda’s Indoor Planting Modules Supply A “green Oasis” Inside Property Cafe | Original Decoration

Penda’s Indoor Planting Modules Supply A “green Oasis” Inside Property Cafe | Original Decoration

Natural home - Seattle-based Gary Gladwish Architecture created this natural home architectural & interior design for a homeowner who had dreamed of living on this island for 54 years before actually making her move. The hillside home on a forest lot on Orcas Island in Washington State sits on a slope dotted with madrone trees, firs, beech, thistle, moss and rocks.

Natural home - Seattle-based Gary Gladwish Architecture created this natural home architectural & interior design for a homeowner who had dreamed of living on this island for 54 years before actually making her move. The hillside home on a forest lot on Orcas Island in Washington State sits on a slope dotted with madrone trees, firs, beech, thistle, moss and rocks.

William Ross Architects’ biophilic design for the City of Stonnington brings the outside in with a 3-story high “green wall."

William Ross Architects’ biophilic design for the City of Stonnington brings the outside in with a 3-story high “green wall."

Three residences exemplifying great biophilic design, at scales both large and small, are featured in this Human Spaces photo essay.

Three residences exemplifying great biophilic design, at scales both large and small, are featured in this Human Spaces photo essay.