As part of an interdisciplinary team, titled HomeForest, we submitted the winning concept for the inaugural Davidson Prize. HomeForest addresses how the pandemic has blurred the line between home and work and draws on biophilia as a means of bringing nature into the home.
Alan Davidson Foundation
Architecture & Built Environment
Haptic Architects, Coda to Coda, LionHeart Felt and Yaoyao Meng
We used principles of biophilic design to create HomeForest, which brings the restorative effects of nature to home workers. It playfully blends our digital and physical worlds to soften the constraints of our daily surroundings. “in terms of presentation and communication, it’s in a world of its own” Narinder Sagoo, Senior Partner, Foster + Partners