Biophilic design is a rising trend, combining the indoors with the outdoors to support well-being. Developers are taking advantage of unused exterior real estate to create inviting social spaces. Rooftops are being transformed into parklike settings where people can work, play, or relax in the open air. Lounge seating is being added to lawns, so that people can experience the outdoors—not just look at it. Inside, large windows offer in abundant daylight that highlights warm woods, plentiful greenery, and even water features. All the colors of the forest and earth are used to help people connect to nature when they can’t get outside.