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If you want to know more fully what this architect has been up to for the past two plus decades and how your personal environments are having a profound impact upon your behavior and wellbeing; relax, preferably in a pleasing setting with views of the natural world, and take the 16 min to watch: “The […]
An excellent article by Cris Carl on how your space may be impacting your behavior. “There are an estimated 18.8 million adults in America diagnosed with some type of depressive disorder. Not only that, but pretty much everybody will experience mild depression in their lifetime. One way to support a healthier mental/emotional state is being […]
Staging Your Home or Office ~To Stay Put~ Given the turnout for and grand success of my recent Sept. talk at Listening Wellness Center (LWC), I am offering a FREE follow up two hour talk entitled “Staging Your Home or Office ~To Stay Put~” at LWC in Barre, MA on Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, 6:30-8:30 […]
Health by Design Workshop August 27, 2013 Architect Terry Cline will offer a free workshop on “Health by Design” at the Camden Public Library on Tuesday evening, August 27, 7:00-9:00 pm. Please call the library at 207-236-3440 to sign up. Cline recently gave a presentation at the library’s Wellness series that received so much […]
As an ‘outgoing introvert’ on a blogging fast for the past four weeks in a zone of white space, I was lured back into blogland by career and business coach, Val Nelson , who specializes in coaching for introverts and who sent me a link to In Defense of Introverts and how classrooms, primarily designed for extroverts, […]
“Sitting in this empty room, I’m filled. Waiting for a sound, I realize that without silence no note could be struck, no bird could sing, no thunder roar, no whisper of love be uttered. ‘The room isn’t without anything: it’s actually packed full of nothingness.’ buy viagra online in uk Without this void, there would […]
The International Living Future Institute “Mission: To offer a global vision for lasting sustainability, partner with local communities to created grounded and relevant solutions and reach out to individuals to unleash people’s imagination and innovation. The International Living Future Institute is a non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to catalyzing a global transformation toward true sustainability. We […]
While it’s hard these days to plan ahead on whether it’s going to be a winter or spring coat day, such spontaneous choices are not possible when it comes to how we insulate our homes. As the inside/out design approach includes such micro decisions as to the type and quality of your bed sheets and […]
If you were blindfolded, spun in a circle of confusion and then taken on a journey through the various rooms – your personal environments within your home, what would your ears tell you? Would you notice a heightened sensitivity to the acoustical environment that is influencing and reinforcing your behavior on a daily basis? Would […]
“Whitespace,” or “negative space” is the space between elements in a composition. More specifically, the space between major elements in a composition is “macro whitespace.” Micro whitespace, is—yes, you’ve guessed it—the space between smaller elements: between list items, between a caption and an image, or between words and letters. The itty-bitty stuff.” Macro and micro […]
Or better put, it’s an inside/out job – the approach to any truly successful work-of-architecture. While the outside and inside ‘look’ or style is important, it’s ultimately about what it _feels_ like. And what your home, office or child’s classroom feels like has everything to do with whether design decisions are responsive to the inhabitants’ […]
Looking for a good spatial message, similar to a body massage? “We become attuned to constant stimuli. A sequence of spaces with unwavering similarity tends to move into the background of our perceptions. Sometimes this is desirable, often it is not. Compression/Release is a change in the experience of space by a physical spatial impact […]