Design Guides and Publications
Alongside Interface, we have written a Design Guide to ‘Creating Positive Spaces Using the WELL Building Standard.™’ Administered by the International WELL Building Institute™, their standard is fast emerging as the leading human-centred approach to health and wellbeing in the built environment. This guide provides background information and walks you through the process – what the WELL Building Standard is, ...
Blogs and Articles
Designer and fellow Brightonian, Oliver Heath, popped by the Magenta office a few weeks back to hear about thier impending Biophilia project and catch up with the team… To read more follow the link below…. Magenta sits down with Oliver Heath…
Follow the link below to read up on our exiting involvement with the Biophilic Office Project at the BRE… How a BRE Office Became the Centre Piece for Major Biophilic Design Research
The more urban our lives become, the more we lose contact with nature. CORPUS met Designer and architect Oliver Heath, who explains, how Biophilic Design can improve health and well-being. Read more by following the link below…. https://www.basf.com/en/products-and-industries/plastics-rubber/corpus/architecture/Biophilic-Design.html
With over 30 years of scientific research into the physiological and psychological benefits of exposure to nature, biophilic design aims to improve people’s health and wellbeing. Here, industry-recognised biophilic Design Expert, Oliver Heath, discusses how best to incorporate these design principles into hotel interior design. To find out more follow the link below…. http://www.inex-online.com/features/1220/oliver-heath-design-incorporating-biophilic-design-into-the-hospitality-sector
Oliver Heath Design has has recently joined forces with Dulux Trade and the BRE to participate in a three-year research project looking at the effects of biophilic design on occupants of office spaces. Follow the link below to find out more…. https://www.material-lab.co.uk/journal/dulux-trade-partners-bre-and-oliver-heath-world-first-biophilic-design-research-project/
The Garden School, Hackney was a project that we took great pleasure in being a part of! Oliver Heath Design were asked to give the former gym at The Garden School (which had become unloved storage space) a makeover. The new space is inspired by references to nature and is somewhere children can retreat to from the adjacent playground; allowing them ...