The E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center

The E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center

Description

WALTON COUNTY, FL 2009

Program

23,000 sf to include:
7000 sf Exhibit Hall and offices
6500 sf Theater and Meeting Rooms
4750 sf Classroom and Lab Building
4750 sf Wildlife Rehabilitation Building (designed but not built)

The E.O. Wilson Biophilia Center is the environmental educational component of the 53,000 acre Nokuse Plantation conservation
lands which connect 1 million acres of private and public lands stretching from Pine Log State Forest to Eglin Air Force Base, Blackwater State Park and into the Conecuh State Forest in Alabama. The Plans for the center include a 150-seat theater, 5,000
square feet of interactive animal and nature exhibit space, separate classrooms for immersion learning with the local school districts,
it will also have a resource center and a large amphitheater. The Biophilia Center will be the new home for the Destin based Emerald
Coast Wildlife Refuge.

Proud to be USGBC, LEED Silver Certified

WaterColor by: Ian Stewart

Services

  • Environmental
  • Design
  • Illustration
  • Marketing