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Despite what is already known about the benefits of biophilic design, it is always nice to see more and more testing being done to bring this design style into the mainstream.  Being around live plants and nature is more important to human wellbeing than many think.  Not just because of the benefits for the environment, but also the subconscious innate connection to nature that all people share.  Check out this project to further prove the benefits.