We are continuing to work on developing the new frontiers of design, one that is not limited to aesthetics and functionality, but also aims to create environments that contribute to health and improved quality of life.
The synaesthetic Design we realise goes precisely in this direction through the simultaneous stimulation of all five senses, enabling memorable wellness experiences.
After SYNESTESIA, we are planning new applications of multi-sensory Design in other sectors besides the restaurant industry, such as in hospitality, commercial, home, work and medical environments.
Lights, colours, sounds, flavours, scents and materials play a fundamental role in every environment: they modify bodily reactions, improve perceptions, evaluations and behaviour.
Through the dialogue between the various senses, we enable greater involvement and thus better knowledge of the environment, facilitating the satisfaction of essential needs, promoting accessibility, inclusion and health.
By placing end-users at the core of our design thinking, we are developing synaesthetic Design to create stimulating ‘healthy’ environments (environmental eustress), according to individual preferences (appraisal) and beyond merely technical and executive parameters.
We want to create places that are increasingly tailored to potential users, with the main objective of improving their perception of themselves and the world around them, with a consequent increase in well-being and quality of life. A theme, the latter, to which we are particularly attached, considering it the cornerstone of ‘conscious Design’.
In fact, the concept of Health Design has decisively initiated a third phase of architecture: after energy and comfort, health.
This is why we design living and working spaces that go beyond mere functional, technical, physiological aspects, embracing a more holistic vision of architecture.
We will continue to talk about this in our next post, in which we will tell you about some of our other innovative projects in the pipeline in the field of Health Design.