As we leave our homes and return to our places of work, learning, play and entertainment, we all stop to ask ourselves: what is this new world like?
As interior designers, we help our clients imagine their future, using our skills to bring these creative spaces and solutions to life.
Well-being design transcends all sectors of the market. The pandemic was the great equalizer and left none untouched. The spaces of our future, anchored in the conception of well-being, promote a healthy environment with biophilia (connecting architecture and nature), the integration of interior-exterior space and gently control lighting, materiality, air and sound. This design approach can be applied to all industries – schools, healthcare, business, entertainment, and hospitality. These spaces would be based on well-being and would apply:
- Agile – friendly, flexible and adaptable furniture and spaces to adapt to the needs of users and the community.
- Limits – the use of screens, partitions or panels to create boundaries, foster a sense of community and identify spaces.
- Nature – use of greenery and connection to nature outdoors, promoting indoor-outdoor connections and increasing the performance of outdoor spaces.
- Environment – create a sanctuary for people to work / play / learn.
- Durability – a wellness design approach is a sustainable holistic approach with the use of sustainable materials, lighting and HVAC methodology to create healthy built environments.
Good design supports the health and well-being of all people, considering the physical, mental and emotional effects on its occupants and the surrounding community. Here at the G70, we aim to design spaces and communities that promote healthy choices, as with traditional sustainability – good design by its nature ensures long-term well-being.
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