Entries tagged with: biophilic design


Creative Design in the Wake of COVID

Spaces must evolve to accommodate social distancing and viral spread.  Will we lose all the design progress that we have made in order to accommodate these protective measures? We think just the opposite is true. 

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CaraGreen’s Virtual Education Program: Let the Classroom Come to You

Here at CaraGreen, we want to do our part to keep the creativity flowing during these uncertain times. We are offering a free Virtual CEU Education program for architects and designers.

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Pop the Cork - Why you need to use cork in your building

Cork has long been relegated to wine bottles and home to pushpins suspending pictures and notes for decades.  But the building industry needs to take note of this material. Cork is not just a restraint for that wine that needs to breathe (and be drank, let’s get real here), it is an innovative evolution of nature that has multiple uses in the built environment.

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May Vignette - Scandi-ly Clad For Summer

Inspired by the burgeoning hues of the season, we decided to base this month's vignette on some of our favorite summery shades in the Durat Scandicolor Collection.

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