Think about the last time you took a walk outside. How was your experience? Was there a small sidewalk, a large sidewalk or no sidewalk at all? Was the floor uneven? Did it smell unpleasant or could you smell the lovely roses? Did you have to run so that you wouldn't get ran over by a car? Were you staring down at your phone because nothing else seemed more interesting?Read More
Have you ever walked into a space and just felt so claustrophobic? Like you can barely catch your breath and you can’t wait to get out!
...that my friends, is probably the result of a low ceiling height (and probably tightly spaced walls)...Read More
Of all the senses, I would say that the sense of smell is the most underappreciated.
Smell is an important sense as it can alert us to danger like gas leak, fire or rotten food but also is closely linked to parts of the brain that process emotion and memory.
Have you ever felt a sound? Did you even know that you could feel sounds? It is amazing to learn about the human body and all of its capabilities, and I think it's even more amazing that architecture has led me to learn so much about the human body.Read More
That moment you enter into a space and your initial reaction is "oooh" or "ahh"...and you feel like you are in the perfect place. You feel at peace. You feel happy. You feel alive & grateful. You feel inspired, and no matter what was going on that day, you know that everything will be okay.Read More
Many of us have started working from home, and this is a very exciting thing! But if your office is not designed correctly, you might not be as productive and motivated as you might like to be. If the office is too casual or if it isn’t separated from the home environment, we can easily get...Read More
1. Be Yourself!
The spaces you inhabit - your bedroom, your living room, your office, even your bathroom - should be a reflection of your personality & your style. Hang inspirational prints on the walls & be brave! Don't fill up the space with what's trending...Read More