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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

Veronica Schreibeis Smith

I’ve used my own life as a living lab to study the hurdles from a busy career mom’s perspective
Architect Veronica Schreibeis Smith has designed the kitchen of the future, by prioritising the health of herself and her family
News
Carlo Ratti's recently debuted Scribit invites users to create robot-assisted artworks on the walls of their homes, but the device ...
International colour authority Pantone has announced a "sociable and spirited" shade as the Colour of the Year for 2019. The ...
Leisure Media, publisher of business to business magazines for the global leisure industries, such as Spa Business, CLAD and Health ...
Well Home away from home
US-based design studio SALT + BONES have completed a wellness renovation of The Casa Madrona Hotel and Spa in Sausalito, ...
The Moxy Chelsea – billed as Manhattan's newest "secret garden" – is on track to open in February. Co-designed by ...
The Celino Hotel – once an oceanfront playground for mid-century Hollywood starlets and supremos – is on track to open ...
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
We catch up with Eliza Bacot, nutritionist, wellness coach and founder of The Organic South, who lives at Serenbe with her husband Benton and their two children, William and Emmeline
The principles of Vastu Shastra, the Hindu tradition of architecture, are being used to inform the design of new homes in India. Chris Godfrey of global architecture practice Hirsch Bedner explains the project to Well Home
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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 ...
Two superpowers – one from the world of architecture, the other from the fashion domain – have teamed up to ...
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 Global Wellness Summit (GWS) has named Catherine Feliciano-Chon – a leading brand development and communications expert with offices in ...
Spa consultancy and wellness think tank Raison d'Etre (RDE) has identified five key wellness trends for spas, hotels and lifestyle ...
As wellness and skincare get more and more high-tech, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is proving to ...
Center Parcs has revealed details of the spa at its first Irish resort, set to open later this year. Being ...
Hotelier and ex-Oberoi president Kapil Chopra has launched a new hospitality venture, The Postcard Hotel, a brand of intimate luxury ...
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