Smart home: Blog Series: Connectivity

Oliver Heath Biophilic design, Healthy spaces, Technology/ Energy Saving

It’s struck me that in the past, the notion of the “smart home” is one that is brimming with the latest technology, perhaps in a way that fulfils the desire of the consumer hungry gadget lover over that of the regular dweller, whose life becomes overcomplicated with anxiety-enhancing digital switches.  But, as technology becomes more intuitive and innately imbedded into …

Announcing our leap into interactive workshops

Oliver Heath Biophilic design, Community, Recycling / upcycling, Technology/ Energy Saving

What are we offering? Practical, hands-on workshops for businesses and individuals who want to better connect with nature, use creative skills to reduce their impact on the planet, and learn how to make happier, healthier spaces using biophilic design. Announcing a new service to add to our portfolio! After a hugely successful workshop event created in partnership with Interface for …

Oliver Heath - The biophilic office, BRE

The Biophilic Office

Eren McEwen Biophilic design, Community, Furniture, General, Materials, Office, Technology/ Energy Saving

      There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that by incorporating Biophilic Design into our built environments, we can increase our health and wellbeing. Biophilic design acknowledges that we are instinctively connected to nature and that through exploring this connection within the spaces that we live, relax and work in, we can positively influence our physical and …

Diffusion Choir - Sosolimited, Hypersonic, and Plebian Design, Oliver Heath Design

Natural Rhythm – The health and wellbeing benefit of ‘Non Rhythmic Sensory Stimuli’

Eren McEwen Biophilic design, Healthy spaces, Lighting, Materials, Technology/ Energy Saving

Most of us spend the predominant part of our lives indoors. These spaces where we live, study, work and relax are often lacking in the natural sensory stimuli that is being shown more and more to increase our productivity, happiness and health. Evidence has begun to emerge that the inclusion of Non-Rhythmic Sensory Stimuli (NRSS) can also start to enhance …