Feeling Good - The Science and Economics of Wellbeing in Interiors

5
Jul
2013
 
XX
XX
AM

We have pleasure in inviting you to the latest Feeling Good seminar as part of the recently formed Feeling Good Foundation.

During this seminar you will gain valuable knowledge about sustainability and wellbeing, learn how to apply evidence based knowledge in your work and hear about experiences and academic research that will strengthen your contributions to clients and design teams. Each talk is followed by a constructive Q&A session where the audience and speakers can debate ideas and share their experiences.

Feeling Good brings together engineers, interior designers, quantity surveyors, architects, academics, manufacturers, healthcare experts and more to share, learn and as a result create better spaces.

The Feeling Good Foundation’s vision is: to learn more about what enhances wellbeing in the built environment.

The Foundation’s mission is to act as:
• a repository of the best and latest research
• a hub for developing and promoting new ideas from the industry and academia
• a source of expertise for industry leaders seeking to take innovative practices mainstream.

Registrations will take place from 8am for an 8.30am start.

Speakers and subjects include:

‘From Occupant research to action; benefits of instructive research’
Ziona Strelitz, ZZA Responsive User Environments

‘Acoustics for Wellbeing, approach and issues’
Joe Cilia, Association of Interior Specialists
Presentation

‘Colour in Interiors: Is it all about Harmony?’
Angela Wright, Colour Affects
Presentation

'The business case for wellbeing in the built environment'
John Davies, Derwent London
Presentation

Chairing and providing an update on the work progress of the Feeling Good Foundation.
Elina Grigoriou, Grigoriou Interiors
Presentation

Cost: £60+VAT or £25+VAT for students