There is no such thing as a neutral space.
What we create either causes health
or erodes our ability to thrive;
socially, economically and culturally.

There is no such thing as a neutral space.
What we create either causes health
or erodes our ability to thrive;
socially, economically and culturally.

Enriched Environments

Enriched environments—environments that cause health—result from the combination of seven elements. These elements stimulate our brains’ biological and chemical operating systems, acting like architectural “super vitamins”. With demonstrated powers to improve health as measured though neurological, physiological, psychological and sociological feedback. They are important in creating enriched healing, working and collaborative knowledge-sharing spaces.

News

Ideas

  • Hortophilia

    June 26, 2020

    We resonate with places inspired by natural shapes, light & materials, biophilic elements, laws of nature and mid-range dimensional complexity fractal patterns, specifically forms that reflect a midrange dimensional visual sweet spot as discovered by Prof. Richard Taylor.

  • Generous Architecture

    July 1, 2020

    We admire generous people; but can architecture have similar built characteristics?

  • Stillness

    July 26, 2020

    Solidness, silence, stillness and intimacy is an important element of our built environments – enriched environments - something that can intentionally be infused, especially in a Covid-19 period when we have all been left feeling vulnerable.