Nature’s design principles are all around us. The term Biophilia has become mainstream in the built environment of Design + Architecture. The term was made popular by psychologist and philosopher Erich Fromm, and later popularized by renowned biologist E.O. Wilson in his 1984 book, “Biophilia.” It means “love of life,” referring to humans’ instinctive fondness for plants and animals. Mona King, Founder and Chief Creative Cultivator of Mona + Associates Design, LLC, will introduce the concept of Biophilia in the home and workplace. Learn some of the benefits to our mental, emotional, creative, and physical health that are achieved by intentionally adopting biophilic principles.
Part of the Chip Callaway Lecture Series.
$7 Adult / $5 PJCBG members. In-person & Virtual. Advance registration required.
Questions? Contact Kristin Hennig, Programs Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-996-7888.
About the Speaker
Mona King; Founder, Chief Creative Cultivator of Mona + Associates Design, LLC. A multi-disciplinary collaborative. Biophilic design (Design inspired by nature); Interior Architecture + design, creative consulting, public art, installations, Living Aura art + walls, as well as provide mentoring and Arts advocacy.
Interior architect, designer, artist, and entrepreneur. Graduate of Indiana University – B.A. Fine Arts, University of North Carolina Greensboro – B.S. Interior Architecture magna cum laude, University of North Carolina School of the Arts Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts – Creative Catalyst
Leadership Certificate, LEED Certified, Assoc. IIDA. Relocated to North Carolina from Indiana for a Management position in a startup venture with Sara Lee / Hanes Products. Prior to founding her own design collaborative, she worked as an Executive in Corporations ranging from Manufactures to Financial institutions.