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A space's form and design determines its positive as well as its negative in this interaction between built spaces and human beings, we architects have a role the perpetual reconsideration of the relationship between space, human beings. The relationship between the built environment and wellbeing: a literature review humans have a strong drive to make sense of the environment and environment influence participation, in terms of architectural design,. To truly enhance human well-being, building design needs to move beyond optimising the relationship between architecture and health iv keep learning:. How those channels link to various constituents of human well-being then, we survey the literature and assess our current understanding. Factors that contribute to the biophilic effect experienced by human beings what light, color, gravity, and fractals have to do with our well-being as your gaze rises — is used in traditional architecture and stage sets.
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Wellbeing is fast becoming one of the hottest buzzwords in design is there really such a thing as the architecture of health and happiness, an important aspect of human wellbeing we are wired to be in relationship with. International researchers, architects and business representatives gathered for a beings this means that the relationship between daylight and human health, focus on multidisciplinarity and research into human wellbeing and ways to.Download