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Water is placed in the home according to Vastu principles

A matter of principle

The principles of Vastu Shastra, the Hindu tradition of architecture, are being used to inform the design of new homes in India. Chris Godfrey of global architecture practice Hirsch Bedner explains the project to Well Home
What are the principles of Vastu? Houses are organised around the cardinal compass points. As far as is practicable, spaces are then positioned according to their preferred location, for example,
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Calvin Tsao (left) and Zack McKown launched Tsao & McKown in 1985

A sense of balance

Combining Chinese and Western approaches to wellbeing, Octave Living aims to support a healthier, saner lifestyle, and balance profit with giving back. Christopher DeWolf finds out about the team behind the brand
Calvin Tsao and his brother Frederick are American, but they were both drawn to China from an early age. “Even though we’re immigrants, our parents had us steeped in Chinese
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Ben advocates taking every opportunity to bring in nature to shield and protect, as well as to inspire

Ben Channon

Ben Channon
Mental health issues can affect anyone and the mental wellbeing implications of design were mostly being ignored within architecture, says Ben Channon
Tell us about yourself First and foremost, I’m an associate and mental wellbeing ambassador at Assael Architecture, where I’ve worked for six years. Alongside my day job, I’m also a
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 Large communal areas such as the living room, kitchen and courtyard bring the family together

Playful living

With seven children, architect Alex Michaelis and his partner knew they wanted their home to be as playful as possible. A slide, swimming pool, cinema room and firefighter’s pole help to keep the family active, connected and happy, as he explains
Has living in the house changed your lives in terms of the family’s wellbeing? The house is incredibly calm and I think a lot of that has to do with
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The entire lower level of the house is dedicated to health and wellbeing. The gym and indoor pool overlook a sunken wellness garden

Dedicated to health

Architect Robert Henry has created a healthy home to support the wellness of the Kutsak family in Rumson New Jersey. He talks us through the project
Michael and Michelle Kutsak approached us with the goal of creating a healthy home for them and their three children. As the founder of a successful sleep health company, which
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Mia Kyricos is senior vice president and global head of wellbeing for Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Mia Kyricos

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has committed to developing wellbeing initiatives for both guests and the people it employs. Its global head of wellbeing explains why Well Home matters
As someone who’s worked in wellness for the last two decades, I can’t help but think that we’re living in amazing times. Wellness is no longer a fad which is
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Jennifer Beningfield and her family at the Swartberg House, Great Karoo, South Africa. 
Photographed by Tatjana Meirelles for Well Home, August 2018

Solar system

Most people scour real estate websites in search of the perfect property, but Jennifer Beningfield has designed and built her own piece of paradise. She talks to Well Home editor, Liz Terry
Juggling a busy global architectural practice in London with family life, South African Jennifer Beningfield finds balance on regular trips to her holiday home in the Great Karoo desert –
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The Nygrens were inspired by English village life to create communal spaces

A modern day utopia

The community of Serenbe, just outside Atlanta, is home to around 700 people who have chosen to put wellbeing at the centre of their lives. Jane Kitchen visits to find out more
As the plane descends into Atlanta, the city stretches out beneath me in ripples of modern-day sprawl – highways clogged with cars inching along at a snail’s pace, taking their
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The home gets its name from the wildlife which lives on the doorstep

A love of nature

As a leading figure in the green building movement, Jason McLennan was determined to create the most sustainable home possible. He tells Tom Walker about the unexpected wellness benefits of his nature-inspired home
Designer Jason McLennan is considered one of the most influential people in the green building movement. He’s the founder and creator of the Living Building Challenge – one of the
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Serenbe offers a varied fitness programme that includes group yoga. A growing body of research suggests that exercising outdoors is better for you than working out indoors

Living the dream

We catch up with Eliza Bacot, nutritionist, wellness coach and founder of The Organic South, who lives at Serenbe with her husband Benton and their two children, William and Emmeline
When did your interest in health and wellness start? My passion for wellness really started as a child, when I became fascinated with the inner-workings of the human body and
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The spa has silent spaces for rest and contemplation.


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Cacao House at the Green Village, Bali.

Ibuku - John & Elora Hardy

The creator of the Green Village in Bali and his daughter tell Magali Robathan how their bamboo, nature-inspired homes are changing the way we view the places we live
Father and daughter bamboo builders Elora and John Hardy believe feeling happy and healthy in your home boils down to just one thing: being as close to nature as possible.
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The slanted wall of the main building allows 150 mile-an-hour winds to glide over it

Resilient design

Designer Adria Lake delves into her personal experiences of building a new home and company headquarters to explain her thinking on how resilient design can help us assimilate disruptions, unpredictability, and instability into our lives… and thrive
We spend most of our time in built environments. Our homes, places of work, public spaces – even parks and outdoor spaces we retreat or escape to – are designed
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The lap pool acts as a central spine for four ‘floating’ pavilions housing the living/dining/kitchen area
the master bedroom suite and two guest cottages

The high life

It’s time to rethink the way we’re living in response to climate change, says architect Rene Gonzalez. Built on stilts to withstand sea level rises, this Miami home turns its elevated position into an asset, with bags of natural light, living trees growing throughout and a raised outdoor lap pool
Architect Rene Gonzalez tells us what makes Prairie Avenue Residence special What are the stand-out wellness features of this home? The Prairie Avenue Residence’s primary wellness feature is its harmonious
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Euphoria Retreat, Greece

Experience the euphoria retreat

in association with Wellbeing Escapes
Euphoria Retreat is, in our opinion, the most exciting new destination spa of 2018. It’s one of those ‘wow’ destinations that you will fall in love with. It’s been 10
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From Deliciously Ella with love

Food writer, blogger and vegan restaurant entrepreneur Ella Mills – better known as Deliciously Ella – has earned a world-class reputation for her plant-based cooking. As her latest cookery book is published, she shares some of her new recipes with Well Home
About The Plant Based Cookbook In addition to over 100 plant-based recipes, readers are treated to a personal insight into Ella’s journey – how she grew her blog, which she
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The wellness kitchen is designed to be an open, sociable space

The kitchen reimagined

Architect Veronica Schreibeis Smith has designed the kitchen of the future, by prioritising the health of herself and her family
As a busy mom and founding principal of a boutique architecture firm, I found myself without time or energy to feed myself, let alone nourish myself and my family with
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Delos has focused on four key areas in creating the Darwin system – purified water

Darwin home wellness system

Home automation can now improve your family’s health, with the launch of technology which controls environments
Living a well life depends on getting the fundamentals in place, such as clean air and water and healthy sleep. In response to this need, wellness innovator Delos has launched
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Marc Gerritsen: “Resilient Design acknowledges we have finite resources, but also recognises we’re infinitely adaptable.”
"We’re not built for constant comfort. When we live in spaces that connect us to our surroundings, we feel better, stronger and happier – and that is the very definition of being well"

Early-onset MS inspired Adria Lake to explore resilience as both a healing modality and an approach to design in the creation of her new home and company headquarters in Colorado

Shafts of light illuminate the house during the day through openings which align with the stars in the night sky.
"It’s important for people to be rooted in place. This is a very special house, with powerful connections to nature"

Jennifier Beningfield has built her dream home in South Africa, using ancient building methods

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The home also features two curved towers, which house the bedrooms and a play area for the children
"I firmly believe that homes are for children as much as they are for adults"

Alex Michaelis and his partner have seven children. He designed their home to be full of fun

Vastu points to bedrooms which are designed using a brown colour palette
"Vastu can be dated back to at least the 6th century and is deeply rooted in the physical and spiritual fabric of Hindu society"

Chris Godfrey of global architecture practice Hirsch Bedner, on bringing a spiritual dimension to residential architecture in India

Euphoria Retreat
"Come to Euphoria Retreat if you’re looking for a full health-boost, you’ll leave feeling completely rejuvenated"

Wellbeing Escapes and Well Home have partnered to bring you this special offer for the Euphoria Retreat in Greece

The Nygrens were inspired by English village life to create communal spaces
"Residents share stories with me of how Serenbe has changed their lives for the better and they are healthier and happier - Steve Nygren"

The original wellness community at Serenbe is expanding, with a new hamlet dedicated to health. Jane Kitchen paid a visit

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