We’ve all heard that less is more, and more people are starting to take this idiom seriously. Designers, authors, gurus, influencers, and industry leaders, particularly younger ones, are beginning to apply a minimalist aesthetic everywhere – from their personal accommodations to how their business spaces are structured. Consequently, this trend is affecting the hotel design industry and has produced some exciting results.
Exploring the relationship between health, architectural design, and hospitality trends
Wellness isn’t just a trend; it’s a vital aspect of living. While maintaining a healthy lifestyle at home may be easy, the stress of the outside world can make it difficult. Fortunately, hoteliers are recognizing this and using new building designs and amenities to improve the guest experience.
This innovation has been particularly important for the hotel industry. With all the stress associated with travel, this is great news for both casual tourists and traveling professionals.
Science shows us that we thrive when we see and experience nature. Biophilic design brings the elements of nature to our interiors.
The combined amount of time we spend inside buildings and vehicles is about 90 percent. It’s causing a big disconnect with the outside natural world, and there’s growing evidence that we’re less happy and healthy as a result.