MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 645 MB | Duration: 30m
Interior Design for All Your Senses.
What you’ll learn
How to create more wellbeing at home by designing for all the senses
How light, air, noise and the textures we surround ourselves with can impact our well-being
How the design of your kitchen can impact how healthy you eat
How to asses your own home with the attached class checklist
Interest in the crossing between science, psychology and interior design .
Learn how to create more well-being at home by designing for all your senses with a biophilic home. In interior design, there is a lot of attention given to the visual elements of our environment, but a biophilic home, a home in which we invite and are connected to nature, is a home that supports and stimulates all our senses.
In this class, I wanted to share with you the fundamental elements that you need to look out for that will make or break your sense of happiness at home. Things like
The materials and textures you surround yourself with
Your ability to cook a healthy meal
We can select wall colours and matching curtains all we want, but if our senses are impaired because we chose the wrong home or focused on the wrong things when we designed our home, it’s very hard to reach a sense of well-being at home.
So before you start selecting furniture and colours, you need to take care of the fundamentals. The support of your senses in a way that would happen in nature
Your space allows you to receive copious amounts of light
You make sure the air you breathe is clean
You make sure you have windows that can keep the noise levels in check
You select natural materials that offer a variety of textures
The design of your home supports you in cooking healthy
Who this course is for
People who wish to feel more balanced at home.