“The well-being of people is significantly increased by optimally merging landscape, urban design, architecture and interior …”

“Living Architecture” is a form of architecture that is inspired by nature and is based on beauty and harmony. It teaches us that the design and layout of a building influence our well-being and happiness. The use of organic architectural principles can avoid negative influences and stimulate the positive. Harmony between natural and newly created forms is important.

In “Living Architecture” people and their well-being form the starting point of the design. Optimal fusion of surface, shape, material, colour and technique results in good health as well as a proven higher economic productivity.

The buildings and the materials, shapes and colours used can be considered as a shell, just like people who wear an item of clothing as protection.

“Living Architecture” uses visual beacons to stimulate human imagination. It stimulates visual associations and makes them visible. Architecture acquires a meaning that enables everyone to relate to his or her images of it. These images not only benefit the eye, but also feelings, emotions and consciousness.

“Living Architecture” respects the environment and contributes in the most natural way to possible “solutions” for environmental technology, in which sustainability and low CO2 emissions are paramount.