We have been evolved in a natural world…
As human beings, we have developed “a physical, emotional and intellectual inclinations for nature and life”

Throughout humankind’s history, we have been evolved in contact with light, air, wind, plants, and animals that have allowed us to improve our physical and psychological state.
From nature ... towards construction
By 2050, 70% of the world’s human population will live in urban areas.

Advances in urban life and the use of technology have implied a radical change in our outdoor life and disconnection with nature by “artificial environments” where we spend 90% of our time in a continuous "state of stress".
The impact of indoor design
“ We shape our buildings. And it turn…, They shape us ”

Any aspect of the built environment that unsatisfactorily disturbs our sensory system will affect our general perception of an indoor to finally affect health & wellbeing. Indeed, there is a variety of unseen dangers with harmful short-term and long-term effects on the human body and mind.
The evidence
Growing researchers´ concern about the impact of indoor design has allowed a greater awareness and understanding of certain terms such as "healthy environments", "well-being" and "greater productivity" that are moving the concept of sustainability towards a more human-centered approach.

The new challenge in sustainable buildings design is not only to be kind to the planet but also to deliver built environments that enhance occupant’s health and wellbeing or at least, not to be harmful.

There's just a problem,

Most organizations don’t know how to extract meaningful insights from their data nor interpret it to give them meaning.

Do good. Do it healthy!


I help to make better buildings and indoor spaces with a more human-centered building design approach, I am able to improve the health, comfort, and well-being performance of those that occupy them.