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A fourth hamlet will focus on education, with schools and colleges and a university offering courses in sustainability
The community of Serenbe, just outside Atlanta, is home to around 700 people who have chosen to put wellbeing at the centre of their lives. Jane Kitchen visits to find out more
News
Sydney-based Japanese architect Koichi Takada has unveiled plans to design a nature-inspired seafront community in Jakarta, Indonesia. The 9,000 sq ...
Sir David Adjaye's first residential skyscraper in the US – 130 William – has topped out in New York's Financial ...
DP Architects and interior design specialists Ilya Corporation have joined up to create the Woodleigh Residences – a sprawling, Zen-inspired ...
Well Home away from home
Design practice CBG Architects have completed the Hepburn Springs Escape Villas – a set of fourteen short-stay pods in Daylesford, ...
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is continuing its strategic growth in China with the announcement of Rosewood Ningbo, set to open ...
Australian architecture group Architectus and interior design practice Wilson Associates (WA) have completed the expansive Skye Niseko resort in Hokkaido, ...
People

Architecture and mindfulness

I hope architects gain a genuine understanding of how buildings and spaces affect our mental wellbeing and how their design can be tailored towards making people happier and healthier
Mental health issues can affect anyone and the mental wellbeing implications of design were mostly being ignored within architecture, says Ben Channon
Combining Chinese and Western approaches to wellbeing, Octave Living aims to support a healthier, saner lifestyle, and balance profit with giving back. Christopher DeWolf finds out about the team behind the brand
Architect Veronica Schreibeis Smith has designed the kitchen of the future, by prioritising the health of herself and her family
Architect Robert Henry has created a healthy home to support the wellness of the Kutsak family in Rumson New Jersey. He talks us through the project
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Aubergines are one of my favourite ingredients to use in a curry as they soak up all of the flavours like a sponge.
Food writer, blogger and vegan restaurant entrepreneur Ella Mills – better known as Deliciously Ella – has earned a world-class reputation for her plant-based cooking. As her latest cookery book is published, she shares some of her new recipes with Well Home
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International fitness equipment manufacturer Technogym has opened a wellness store in Madrid. Spread over three floors, the new 500 sq ...
The publishing wing of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is gearing up to release Wellbeing in Interiors: Philosophy, ...
Yoga does wonders for the mind and body, but it may also be great for the environment. According to Form, ...
Well Business
Insights from the professional wellness industry
UK-based The Massage Company (TMC) has signed a deal with FranGlobal, Asia’s largest franchise reseller, to open 50 massage centres ...
Wellness Week 2019 has kicked off in Romagna, Italy. The event will run from 17 to 26 May. Wellness Week ...
People eating ultra-processed foods ate more calories and gained more weight than when they ate a minimally processed diet, according ...
The Global Wellness Summit (GWS) has announced a new topic for the event: how purpose needs to be at the ...
Sangha Retreat by Octave Institute has appointed Alan Navarrete as spa director. First opened in 2017, Sangha is a holistic ...
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