The human is exposed during his life to pressures that affect him negatively in addition to not being exposed to nature, in-addition to being exposed to different levels of noise and organic pollutants that harm health, The ecosystem is one of the best design directions to reach architectural designs and spaces compatible with the nature of the users and the surrounding environment, It introduces the most design approaches with environmental and taking advantage of the integration between environmental determinants and available technological systems Which depends on flexibility in dealing the variables of the surrounding environment, Biophilia architecture is one of the environmental architecture movements that helps return architecture and interior design to their correct environmental path It improves the quality of the internal environment of hospital buildings, It raises the psychological state and mood of the users, making a part of nature inward, It has an aesthetic visual effect, improves concentration, emotion and mood, and reduces stress, tension, fear and anxiety, The research aims to that biophilic design and contact with plants improves human behavior and mental health. It also works to reduce the temperature and humidity control and evaporative cooling, Reducing sound levels and improving air quality to remove pollutants . The problem with the research is that sustainable interior design is actually limited in use, This research aims at strategies and designs for interior treatments and façades in sustainable environmental design,Hhuman being to restore the proper equilibrium of his physiological response to the environment Through biophilic design, The research included two axes: first is the theoretical aspect, which deals with the conceptual framework for the biophilia trend and extrapolates the most important aspects. Second: the interrogative aspect of spaces constructed according to the principles of biophilic design and their analysis according to the theoretical framework . Research problem: The interior designs ignore the relationship of man with nature, which influenced man in the living biological part The component of the organs that interact the spiritual side and overlooks his nervous system, which led to increased pressure on him Importance of the research: The study came to create a healthy environment through environmentally compatible solutions and treatment of its internal spaces that promote mental health in hospital resorts. Research objective: To benefit from the biophilia trend in addressing internal spaces and architectural facades in solving problems resulting from ignoring the environmental dimension in design. Through design solutions to reach environmental sustainability and human comfort visually, healthily and psychologically and make it integrated in an environment that helps produce and stimulate work and modify human behavior and health. • The need to adopt a biophilic design approach in order to create interiors that preserve human health and enhance productivity. To achieve integrated designs with the environment. • The necessity to use natural materials such as wood in floors and wall cladding is important and effective in promoting the psychological and general health of the human being. • Colors have a strong effect in promoting health, treating depression, stimulating perception and memory, and green must be introduced as a color for health and safety and its impact on creativity and brain response. To achieve relaxation by altering blood flow rates in the brain, Biophilic design in interior architecture remedies the deficiencies in isolating buildings from nature to create a healthy environment that promotes human health for its participation and connection with nature. Recommendations: The necessity to restore the relationship between man and nature in design with future directions, researchers continue to refine the scientific basis for patterns of vital direction that enhance human health and comfort, and focus on feelings and sensation centers in the brain to create a kind of excessive stimulation to secrete glands to improve health and stimulate the senses. Supporting the integration of green living walls within building services and controlling the internal climate and supporting green designs in the future to be used as an evaporative cooling system in building designs from the outside and the inside, where evaporation from plants helps reduce. The temperature around the growing environment and can also be used to control humidity
Al-Mosalamy, Ghada Mohamed Fathy
"The relationship between ancient Egyptian and African cultural heritage in contemporary furniture design,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 11
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol11/iss4/10