Mental health-design links
Improve Mood/Increase Feelings of Wellbeing
Researchers have determined that children as young as 3 respond positively to seeing fractal patterns, just as adults do.
Corley and colleagues found relationships between spending time during the COVID pandemic in home gardens and the wellbeing of older people (mean age of 84) living in Scotland.
Methorst and colleagues investigated links between nearby species biodiversity and human wellbeing.
Strong study, important insights
Salvador, in the course of a furniture design project, completed a literature review focused on the psychological implications of experiencing wooden materials.
Nature around our home may help reduce some of the negative psychological effects of the current pandemic.
Research completed by Shen, Zhang, and Lian indicates there may be some gender-related differences in the experience of wooden environments.
Older individuals whose homes are more accessible are less likely to feel depressed, according to a recently published study.
Meagher and Cheadle researched links between mental health and home design during the COID-19 outbreak.