Health and wellness at home.
People want to experience a strong feeling when they enter a space, whether it’s a home, a hotel or any other place where they need to feel comfortable.
They want that space to enhance their senses – from the way it looks and smells, to the way they can interact within it. So much of this comes down to great, intuitive design and the visual concept is incredibly important. What feeds into this behind the scenes is the hidden technology and innovation which are integral to evoking those feelings. It’s about generating a positive response to each carefully designed space understanding how health and wellness can be improved through some simple design improvements.
Bringing benefits of the outdoors, indoors
Biophilia is at the forefront of great design, with architects and interior designers incorporating it into today’s projects. This used to be as basic as softening lighting, burning a diffuser and adding some greenery around the space. Today’s technology has allowed this area of technology design to move forward at a rapid pace and you can now expect to see plants which respond to pollutants and adjust airflow, lighting which gently changes intuitively in line with the natural circadian rhythm of the human body and scenes designed to create a cave ambience, for relaxation.
Engagement with nature can lower blood pressure, reduce heart rate, improve mental engagement and positively impact attitude and happiness. It can change your appetite and you state of mind. Applying this knowledge to a physical space enhances dedicated home locations such as meditation rooms right through to general living areas, like family rooms.
We offer design consultation across all elements of health and wellness including air quality, meditation rooms, lighting, window treatments and virtual skylights, to name a few which you can read about here.
Contact us to find out more about how we can help you bridge the gap between living with nature and your lifestyle, using automated technology.