The Architecture of Wellbeing

July 2015
Editor: Eugenia Lim

Space – built, social or symbolic – is fundamental to our psychological, physical and ecological wellbeing. How do we find this space? In The Architecture of Wellbeing, we bring together inspiring people and projects who encourage interconnectedness with the world around them in an era of high-speed globalisation. From Tezuka Architects’inside/outside architecture to the communal open air laundry at The Commons and the ambitious public interventions of HAWAPI, we take a textual journey to see and sense the space around us.