Monthly Archives: October 2017

Blog 8

The LOLA topics that I found really interesting were the ones that talked about incorporating water and gardens into designs. I think that this allows people to feel calmer even within a stressful situation like ones found at the hospital. … Continue reading

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blog eight: Human Needs

I love listening to all the LOLA show presentations! I especially liked this round because a few of the groups did coordinating presentations. My favorite was the group that all presented on the 14 Patterns of Biophilic Design in Healthcare. … Continue reading

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Blog #8

Week 10 came and went! We successfully completed our 2nd LOLA show last week. I thoroughly enjoyed Learning Community #4 take on Biophillic Design in Healthcare. I found the Sky Factory products quite interesting and enjoyed the fact that Shelby … Continue reading

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Blog 8 Human Needs

I liked the LOLA about incorporating biophilia into hospitals. Nature can be healing so incorporating life around people can make people feel more comfortable. I also liked the LOLA about having water in a space. Water is one of the … Continue reading

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Blog 8

This past week has been very intriguing as I enjoy hearing from different students and hearing about the new topic of human needs. Many of the Lola Show Topics revolved around the ideas of biomimicry and biophilic design. A few … Continue reading

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Blog 8

  This past week in sustainability was exploring and designing for human needs. Unfortunately I was not in class on Tuesday therefore I missed some of the LOLA presentations. It’s not only the product we design, but also the system … Continue reading

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Biophilic Design

This week was my turn for the LOLA Show.  I talked about healing gardens in hospitals.  This is actually something that I am really passionate about seeing as though I really enjoy healthcare design.  Another group member spoke on putting … Continue reading

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