KIJKEN MET ANDERE OGEN

When architecture and the senses are connected, the results can be liberating. 

There’s plenty we can do over the course of a hectic day, but not much we can feel or do to stimulate our senses. Our levels of stress can only rise when we don’t listen to our bodies. Interior design should be more informed by feelings. It’s our senses that allow us to connect with our daily lives. 

I’ve researched human-oriented design and based the book on my findings, hoping to inspire the hospitality sector to apply materials differently in the future. This way, hotel guests can connect with their bodies and relax again. 

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