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The Lockdown could also boost the ‘good’ feeling!

We are all starting to learn more about ways to better communicate virtually and have a healthier ‘life’ and ‘work’ ‘from home’ experience. It’s heart-warming to know that there are many virtual ways connect with each other. But it’s also good to ‘feel’ the ‘feeling’ of not being able to have much physical and social …

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Future of housing design and wellness; Movement and mindfulness

Wellness from the lens of everyday mind and body wellbeing takes the focus of health and wellbeing outside the hospital walls and into the places of our everyday inhabitation. The project on ‘Integrative housing; Home, Work, Wellness’, brings the importance of wellbeing in the future of residential development to the forefront, but not through the …

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Reflections: learning from teaching another exploratory master of architecture design studio; archi-fashion lab

I came back to teach another exploratory design studio on Architecture and fashion with a multi-layered socio-cultural theme last semester. It was a wonderful experience to take on another exploratory journey with students and my colleague, Adam Peacock, a creative designer and a consultant, and to encourage students’ critical design thinking to develop creative design …

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Rethinking High-density Residential Design; Home, Work, Wellness (HMW) at MKW

It was a pleasure hosting and running this panel discussion on Home, Work Wellness at Melbourne Knowledge week: https://mkw.melbourne.vic.gov.au/events/re-thinking-high-density-residential-design-home-work-wellness/

How far have we progressed in wellness and health in housing design? “Integrative housing: Home, Work, Wellness” part III

The concept of work/life balance sounds like a myth these days as we are all facing more challenges in thriving for a healthy lifestyle. Since the first blog series I wrote about the place of wellness in residential Architecture, there seems to have been more work in research and practice in this area. The measures …

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