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Well Home is the world's first prosumer magazine for the home wellness market. Our aim is to enable people around the world to use their home as a base to live their best life. – Liz Terry, editor & CEO
Residents share stories with me of how Serenbe has changed their lives for the better and they are healthier and happier - Steve Nygren
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
Fendi, the Rome-based prêt-à-porter fashion house that first brought the late German couturier Karl Lagerfeld into the public eye, will ...
Dubai conglomerate Meraas has announced that it is developing the Central Park at City West, an expansive and wellness-oriented "leafy ...
First announced last autumn, the eco-friendly Ori Collection – co-developed by design firm Ekkist and furniture company Another Country – ...
Well Home away from home
International hospitality company Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has announced that its long-anticipated resort will throw open its doors on ...
The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley, set to open 1 November, has revealed new details of the California ...
Construction has begun on "Villa M" – an integrated hotel that will explore the many dimensions of healthy living and ...
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
Most people scour real estate websites in search of the perfect property, but Jennifer Beningfield has designed and built her own piece of paradise. She talks to Well Home editor, Liz Terry
Designer Adria Lake delves into her personal experiences of building a new home and company headquarters to explain her thinking on how resilient design can help us assimilate disruptions, unpredictability, and instability into our lives… and thrive
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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
Shop Well
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
The International SPA Association (ISPA) Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2019 Mary Tabacchi Scholarship. This scholarship will be ...
Mehmet Er has returned to spa equipment manufacturer Gharieni in the role of international sales manager, after a brief stint ...
Amanpuri – home to the flagship Aman Spa in Phuket, Thailand – is expanding its offerings with the introduction of ...
Vila Vita Parc Resort & Spa, a clifftop resort in Portugal’s Algarve, has launched a new Spa by Sisley, the ...
The Women in Wellness Leadership Conference, set to take place on 12 March in New York City, has announced a ...
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