Hotel and leisure interior design is an essential element in creating a welcoming and comfortable environment for guests.
In this design I carefully considered the colour scheme and the use of biophilic design to greatly enhance guest comfort, relaxation and overall wellbeing. Studies have shown that incorporating biophilic design elements such as natural light, wood textures and even simple plants can increase revenue and profitability in the leisure industry.
Since the Covid pandemic, the rise of wellbeing hotels has become more prevalent. But it's not just about biophilic design - Neuroaesthetics is a new area of study that explores the effect that colour, lighting, textures, sound and even the shape of rooms can have on our sense of well-being.
Creating inclusive, safe and joyful spaces that elevate well-being in residential and commercial environments is crucial. Studies show that something happens in our brains when we see beauty and high design. It elevates chemicals such as oxytocin, which makes us healthier.
Neuroaesthetic studies have been used to infuse the beauty we see in nature into commercial spaces. It’s been documented that adding elements such as how the light in a space moves like the sun, curves, fractal imagery and natural materials have a positive impact on how we perceive that environment and its effect on our physiology as well as our moods.
On this project I explored how I could design spaces that promote well-being and elevate the human experience.
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