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The Physiology of Space

The Physiology of Space;
Does it Impact our Behavior?

Prior to closing our office and showroom to work remotely from home, we were waist high in construction and build-out of the new addition. Seeing the new space come to life and the footprint change over the past weeks has been exciting for me and the team to witness. However sitting alone in our office this past weekend, I realized that the original plan of interior elements and finishes which have dominated our vision board would no longer be the relevant direction I once envisioned for the new space.

from Archdaily.com‘s, Psychology of Space: How Interiors Impact our Behavior?

Intuitively I feel that the connection to our space and the elements which surround us should be enveloping, especially as we heal and nurture ourselves back after this time of COVID-19 trauma. The focus is now, how do we create a space that supports, cares for, encourages, and enlightens us all? Where we work, how we reacclimatize, and exist within those spaces will be forever changed after we are called safely back to our offices. Read more on how interiors impact our behaviours and the benefits of thoughtful change.

Michelle Witherby
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