Biophilic Pattern Language Library

This post is a bit wonky and abstract but we need a little of that from time to time. Biophilic Cities created this Pattern Library with examples from around the world of treatments that we can learn from for Sacramento. Sponge City anyone? How about an urban water trail along the Sacramento River? Biophilia really connects more to the wildness and green aspects of Sacramento Park City – it’s the natural attraction between humans and the nature around us. In the city it creates a fantastic basis for improving health and well being in the built environment. I hope in the near future we can make some Sacramento contributions to the library! Have thoughts? Share them with us!

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