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May 19, 2017

Research has shown that the built environment has an astounding effect on our daily lives. Architects, designers and engineers, therefore, play a significant role and have a responsibility in protecting, maintaining and enhancing our health and wellbeing. Although vari...

May 4, 2017

Boundaries can be physical. They can also be perceived (epistemological) or virtual. Physical boundaries are observably clear and defined, however, perceived and virtual boundaries are much less so. For an individual to make sense of life, perceived boundaries are nece...

April 12, 2017

In the early 18th Century, and for the first time in history, correlations between some professions and certain health conditions were identified and highlighted in the Italian book ‘The Diseases of Artists and Artisans’. Cumulative trauma disorders, for example, were...

April 6, 2017

Pitching in front of a panel of highly-regarded experts is an excellent way of progressing in your entrepreneurship career regardless of the outcome. The more one shares their ideas, ambition and vision, the more they can learn about them and gain fresh perspectives th...

February 23, 2017

Although ancient civilisations have shown philosophical interest in the human mind and behaviour, psychology became a separate discipline in the late 19th century (Butler-Bowdon, 2007; Wundt, 1904). Since then, psychologists have attempted to define wellbeing or happin...

February 17, 2017

It appears that humans, from all corners of the globe, have been in search of meaning and purpose in nature, all of its beings, and beyond for tens of millennia (Renfrew and Morley, 2009). Ancient religions were centred around divine spirits or a divine being who must...

February 9, 2017

Wellbeing is an elusive term that is often overlooked and (its impact) taken for granted. In the mid 20th century, American psychologist Abraham Maslow conceptualised wellbeing as a hierarchy of human needs that are (respectively) physiological, psychological, social,...

February 2, 2017

As BREEAM and LEED developed throughout the years, they have started to incorporate soft criteria that assess the wellbeing of occupants. However, in 2006, a new standard or assessment method took centre-stage in the form of the Living Building challenge (LBC) by the I...

January 26, 2017

The creation of the global built environment has consumed more than half of our planet’s resources; by the early 21st century, 50% of the Earth’s freshwater resources, half of all energy supplies, and more than half, by weight, of all the raw materials withdrawn from t...

January 19, 2017

Civilisations arose independently and simultaneously at various rates, in numerous forms and at several locations across, both, the southern and northern hemispheres. They were the result of a transformation in culture. Societies, once nomadic hunter-gatherers, had beg...

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