Spring is on the way folks!
Fresh grass is growing, fresh blooms in the parks and gardens, and thanks to GPGB’s donors, a refreshed GREEN ROOFS slide deck.
We’ve been working with Supporter Alan Burchell who has updated the content and look of GPGB’s continuing education course for architects, designers and other building professionals. An expanded list of green roof benefits, updated statistics and new images keep this slide deck and information compelling and visually rich.
What else have we been working on this month thanks to our #donorlove? We presented a webinar to the A+D community on Biophilic Design in Fitwel, the WELL Building Standard, and the Living Building Challenge. This was done in collaboration with Design Arts Seminars and is the first of several of our continuing education programs that will be offered by them.
Thanks to our donors, we are growing the demand for nature in the built environment. If you’d like to help us, please follow this link.
There is no doubt about it – biophilic design is having a moment.
At GPGB we hope to extend that moment into something much less ephemeral. We’re working towards a future in which biophilic design and access to nature are routinely incorporated into all our human spaces.
Your company is poised to play an important role in the conversations shaping the future of our built environments. Providing you with the insight to enable you to conduct strategic conversations is the goal of our Cultivate’19 seminar. We’re thrilled to share this information facilitated by our eloquent, experienced, and professionally diverse speakers. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to learn from them and join us on July 15 in Columbus.
Thanks to our donors, we are building collaborations to supply the growing demand for nature in the built environment. If you’d like to help us, please follow this link and become a donor.
All plants are placed in decorative containers. There are tons of colors, finishes, shapes tall and short, to choose from.