Press and Reviews
The Daily Texan
March 25, 2014
"Environmentally conscious interior design could influence the way human beings connect to nature while seated at a desk..." read full review
Press+1 Film Reviews
April 24, 2013 by Tessa Perkins
"Showing some of the world's most famous buildings and architectural marvels... this is a fascinating film that talks about the architecture of life and all the ways biophilic design can enhance our experiences and help us lead happier and healthier lives." read full review
Landscape Architects Network
Top 10 Documentaries For Landscape Architects
February 3, 2013 by Sonia Jackett
"Here we take you through 10 of the best (in our opinion) documentaries out there, covering topics such as urban design, landscape architecture, sustainable design, biophilia, climate change and urban planning....
#3 Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life."
EMRO (Educational Media Reviews Online)
September 4, 2012 by Tom Ipri, Drexel University
"Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life is a professionally produced documentary and a clear argument for the benefits of design the brings people in closer contact with nature. It packs a lot of excellent examples and expert testimony in its hour long running time." read full review
Rating: Highly Recommended
Midwest Book Review, Library Bookwatch: June 2012, The Library DVD Shelf
"A thought-provoking study brimming with invaluable ideas especially for architects, policy makers, and interior designers, Biophilic Design is highly recommended."
Science, April 27, 2012, Wildlife, Wildlands, Water and More
Monocle, April 17, 2012, Section D (Radio Program)
Washington Post, March 2, 2012, Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital features Trump,
toads, tigers and more by Mark Jenkins
"The architectural documentaries include Biophilic Design and How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr. Foster? The former draws on the ideas of such precursors as John Ruskin and Frank Lloyd Wright to laud a contemporary style of 'green' architecture."