As active proponents of sustainable design and wellbeing in interiors, we are invited to share our knowledge to advance best practise. Find out more
Once upon a time there was a world where Luxury and Sustainability were considered separate from one another, especially in interiors. This in fact, was the case on Earth in the year 2013 and articles were written around this phenomenon. They read like this…
We are delighted our project for Starwood Hotels & Resorts is short-listed as a Finalist in the 2013 Sustain' Magazine awards. It has been short-listed in the Retail, Hospitality & Tourism category. Our fellow finalists are a huge compliment to us and include projects for M&S, Sainsbury's, the Co-op and Peppa Pig - ferocious competition!
One of the many missed out or underused features of interiors is the quality of their sound. We tend to notice when sound is too loud, when it becomes noise. It perhaps causes us to raise our voices just to be able to communicate with people around us from our friends in a restaurant, with the cashier during lunchtime, a colleague in our workplace or just by ourselves trying to 'hear our thoughts'
This Feeling Good talk on Wellbeing in Interiors includes an introduction to the field of Environmental Psychology - the study of people-environment relationships. The presentation will include some examples of the methods and outcomes of research-based knowledge in the enhancement of architectural and interior design.
We all love well designed, comfortable and impressive interiors; this is an assumption I’m going to make for the sake of this article and one that I believe the majority of you dear readers, will agree with...
Elina was nominated and included as one of the top 50 rising stars of Sustainability. The Article was published in March during Ecobuild 2012 and also displayed on UBM's stand itself.
Part 3 in our series on Wellbeing in Interiors brings together engineers, interior designers, quantity Surveyors, architects, academics, manufacturers and healthcare experts to examine how Evidence Based Design (EBD) can add value to the interiors industry, promote human wellbeing and enhance corporate growth.