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Food in the City is hosted by Farmlyplace GmbH at Kiezfarm, Pestalozzistr. 66, 10627 Berlin.

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Food in the City: How to Design Biophilic?

24. February 2021 @ 19:00 20:30 CET

Food in the City - How to Design Biophilic?

Close the human-nature divide – become part of the ecosystem!

Biophilic Design is the practice of connecting people and nature within our built environments and communities. Recently we have seen some progress in the common understanding of Biophilic Design and why it is so crucial to our Future of Living, However, very little information has been communicated on how to achieve it in our daily lives.

This Food in the City panel event will discuss how Biophilic Design can be implemented more widely. Key discussion topics are: 

  • Clearly defining biophilic design and people’s positive and negative perceptions of it in cities.
  • First steps & critical considerations needed to build biophilic cities.
  • As we all know the carbon-centered approach to sustainable architecture, why don’t we shift to a more human-centered approach?
  • How can we improve the overall well-being of our communities today? Moreover, how can we reverse the trend of urban disconnection from nature?
  • How can biophilic design benefit our everyday lives and the perception of food systems?


Join us for an open exchange of innovative ideas and opportunities for growth, and get some inspiration from our guest speakers as they show us what they do and why they do it!


  • 19:00 – Logins & Welcomes
  • 19:10 – Check-In & Introductions
  • 19:15 – 1:1 Networking
  • 19: 25 – Speakers on Biophilic Design
  • 19:55 – Q&A and Discussion Round
  • 20:30 (latest) – Check-Out & Close

** Do you want to join the discussion and share your project? Contact us beforehand at events@farmlyplace.com and we will make space in the agenda!!

Register now for Food in the City – How to Design Biophilic:

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