Biophilic Design in Multifamily Housing

Paul Maloney

The Architectural Team

Project Manager
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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

at 5:30 pm

110 Hastings

Biophilic Design is used to connect occupants to the natural environment through the use of patterns, shapes, colors and materials typically found in nature.  It’s role in multifamily housing is becoming increasingly vital as more residents work from home and spend more time inside.


Paul joined the firm in 2007, and has an active and collaborative style of client engagement. With more than a decade of experience, he is responsible for the planning, design, production, community review and construction administration of a broad range of project types. His expertise encompasses a variety of sectors, including multifamily, hospitality, mixed-use, assisted living, senior housing, and retail. His approach to projects is centered on an interdisciplinary process, inclusive of the client, users, contractor and design team members.

Paul graduated from Wentworth Institute of Technology in 2007.  While a student at WIT, he worked as a co-op twice at TAT and was hired full time before heading back to school in the summer of 2007.  He enjoys golfing and coaching his daughter’s soccer team.

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