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Thursday, April 2 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Biophilia and Biomimicry as Pathways to Net Positive

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This session will explore the relationships between people and nature through a discussion of Biophilia and Biomimicry in the built environment. What are their crossovers as pathways to increase the human | nature connection? How does one use nature’s principles as a model of inspiration and efficiency for resilient design strategies? We will hear from a Bay Area commercial project that is using Biophila and connectivity to nature as a key objective. We will analyze how those connections lead to Net Positive solutions through various case studies that demonstrate applied examples of nature’s principles translated into design solutions.

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Zorana Bosnic

Vice President | Sustainable Design Director, HOK
Zorana Bosnic is the Sustainable Design Director with HOK in San Francisco. She has provided sustainable design leadership on some of HOK’s most environmentally innovative projects. Zorana worked on numerous projects in Europe, South East Asia, Middle East and West Coast USA. She... Read More →
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Scott Jacobs

CEO, Landbank
Scott is the CEO of Landbank, a third generation, family-owned commercial real estate development company. Landbank has acquired, developed, leased, managed, and provided over four million square feet of office/R&D space to leading technology companies in the San Francisco Bay Area... Read More →
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Amanda Sturgeon

Executive Director, International Living Future Institute
Amanda is a licensed architect with fifteen years experience designing and managing some of the most sustainable buildings in the Pacific Northwest. Prior to joining the Institute she was a Senior Associate at Perkins+Will where she co-directed the Sustainable Design Initiative across... Read More →

Thursday April 2, 2015 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Grand Ballroom D Sheraton Hotel

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