“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.
In “Living Architecture” people and their well-being form the starting point of the design. An optimal fusion of square meters, shape, material, colour and technology results in a healthy living environment as well as a proven higher economic productivity.
The buildings and the materials, shapes and colours used can be considered as a spatial enclosure. Compare it to people who wear a garment as a cover.
“Living Architecture” uses visual beacons to stimulate human imagination. It stimulates visual associations and makes them visible.