As "Designinstitut für Gesunde Gestaltung", we aim to ensure that spaces, products and services are more strongly oriented towards health. This requires understanding contexts and identifying needs. With the knowledge gained, solutions can be developed and evaluated. This is how we achieve what we stand for: healthy design.
The basis for our work is a biopsychosocial view. As with the development of illnesses, we assume that three areas interact in the design of health-promoting environments: the biological (e.g. light and acoustics), the psychological (e.g. anxiety) and the social (e.g. interactions with staff). Our aim is to address these areas equally in our health-promoting design. In this way, we can create not only more efficient or 'nicer' environments, but environments that are actually geared towards health.
With our offers, we specifically address people from three areas: