MULTI-SENSORY AND HUMAN-CENTRIC CONCEPTS
Beyond the visual elements, our design process is about more than that: By engaging all the senses through interior design, the experience of the space becomes more physical. And as human beings spend about 90% of the time indoors, shouldn't our home not only be healthy but as well stimulating?
As individuals we intake information through our senses, creating awareness (perception). Then, we process that information into our understanding (cognition), which in turn shapes our reality. Although we tend to consider our senses individually, they actually work in tandem. The more senses we engage, the more strongly we are tied to a moment, an object, a space. Therefore, we can greatly influence the way we feel in a space by engaging other senses as well. There are many non-visual aspects of a space that affect our perception, such as an uncomfortable sofa, a noisy area, or an unpleasant smell. Our concepts recreate an alchemy that connects the mind and body through spaces communicating a sense of comfort and personal balance.
Sustainability plays a large role in this thoughtful spatial experience. It connects people with nature. By using selected high-quality materials that are sustainable and toxin-free, both physical and mental health are positively supported through visual, thematic and acoustic optimization. Durability, timelessness and energy cost savings are our parameters underlying each project.