Wellbeing Design Principles


Biophilic Design

Biophilic Design recognises that we are biologically encoded to associate with natural features and processes. Our connections to nature and the natural elements are instrumental to our wellbeing. Since today's natural habitat is mostly the built enviornment where we spend 90% of our time, Biophilic Design integrates natural aspects that contribute to our health and wellness.

Colour Design

Colour impacts how we feel and even how we act. It can help us de-stress, focus or be creative as well as feeling bored, alienated or blue. Colour Design studies these effects and selects colours and colour palettes to create the desired moods and evoke the desired emotions.We use colour not only to improve aesthetics but also for its abilities to impact the physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

Universal Design

Universal Design is the practice of making a space safe and accessible for everyone, regardless of physical capabilities. A well-designed space following Universal Design guidelines results in a smart, beautiful, and technologically advanced space that includes everyone.

Sustainable Design

We need to take care of nature so it can take care of us. Taking sustainable design to a different dimension, we provide affordable solutions that help reduce consumption of non-renewable resources, minimize waste and create a healthy productive environment.