The best wellness design and architecture has a positive effect on a customer’s sense of wellbeing. Good wellness design is integrative–using soft, soothing colours, natural materials, curves, muted tones and a balance between geometry, light, airflow and furnishings help to calm the mind and promote relaxation and restoration.
Successful wellness design connects with the natural environment and provides a sense of circulation and flow between the spaces offering a sense of expansiveness.
Enduring wellness design and architecture is adaptable and durable. It offers a versatile space that can be changed to suit the needs of different users over time.