The Design for Wellbeing course at the Design for Wellbeing school enables students to learn about wellbeing through 54 online lessons focusing on aesthetics, comfort and performance.
School: Design for Wellbeing
Course: Design for Wellbeing
Course dates: the course can be completed at your own pace with no specific start or end time
Application deadline: 25 January 2023
Wellbeing should be on everyone's radar at this point in time. How can interior designers and architects respond to the wellbeing needs of their clients, in both commercial spaces and private homes?
The Design for Wellbeing online training course combines a large amount of wellbeing knowledge in one easily accessible place.
Students are taught by recorded lessons, allowing you to learn at your own pace.
You also have the opportunity to ask industry expert Elina Grigoriou, your tutor, questions on projects you are currently working on in your practice.
The course consists of 54 online lessons and a final exam, covering topics such as the philosophy of wellbeing, comfort and performance.
Also taught on the course are aesthetic and physical design issues, such as colours, textures, spatial volumes, elegance, thermal comfort, air toxicity issues and lighting.
Part five of the course looks at interior spaces and value. How do you convert the value of an interior space to a financial number?
Your tutor is Elina Grigoriou, a London based interior designer, sustainability and wellbeing expert with 18 years of industry experience.
Top image: stock image purchased by Design for Wellbeing via iStockPhoto.
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