Point of View - Point of View September 2015

 

Why We Hug the Edge of Open Spaces

The tenth and final installment of the Biophilia and Healing Environments series examines how human biology dictates the design of the physical settings we inhabit.

The tenth and final installment of the Biophilia and Healing Environments series examines how human biology dictates the design of the physical settings we inhabit.

A Decade after Katrina, Tulane Expands Its Social Innovation Agenda

The Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation & Design Thinking blurs the lines between academia and the community, acting as a resource to both.

The newly founded Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking at Tulane University seeks to blur the lines between the academic environment and the larger community, by acting as a resource to both.

The Importance of Listening to Lessons From Nature

The ninth installment of the ten-part Biophilia and Healing Environments series juxtaposes innovative form for its own sake with biophilic design.

The ninth installment of the ten-part Biophilia and Healing Environments series juxtaposes the focus on innovative form for its own sake with biophilic design.

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