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Orange is the New Green: Biophilic Design for Prisons
Biophilic Design for Prisons Part 2

GBCI: 0920013143

In part two of this course, we will explore, the scientific evidence supporting biophilic design in prisons, examine the results of several biophilic rehabilitation programs in the US and see examples two Nordic prisons that have implemented biophilic design strategies. Finally, we will discuss why biophilic design in prisons is especially important right now.
Eligible for .5 CE HOURS.
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Published on: May 22, 2017

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In part two of this course, we will explore, the scientific evidence supporting biophilic design in prisons, examine the results of several biophilic rehabilitation programs in the US and see examples two Nordic prisons that have implemented biophilic design strategies. Finally, we will discuss why biophilic design in prisons is especially important right now.

Objectives

  1. Investigate the existing scientific evidence supporting the use of biophilic design in prisons.
  2. Discuss the benefits of biophilic rehabilitation programs.
  3. See powerful examples of biophilic design in Nordic prisons.
  4. Ask: Why is biophilic design important in prisons now?

Series

This course is a part of the following series:
Orange is the New Green: Biophilic Design for Prisons

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Green Building Research Institute (GBRI)
New York, NY
United States

Leaders

Lilli Fisher

Senior Research Associate
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Other sessions included in that series:

 

Orange is the New Green: Biophilic Design for Prisons
Biophilic Design for Prisons Part 1

 

Orange is the New Green: Biophilic Design for Prisons
Biophilic Design for Prisons Part 2