We bring you the ideas, tips and inspiration for feel-good living at home, including the many ways to boost your health and mood.
15 September 2021
Top image: Cover project by Open Studio. Photography by Khoo Guo Jie
Note from the editor, Janice Seow
Spending more time in during the pandemic may have led you to reassess your living space, and contemplate the things you can do to enhance your well-being at home.
In our latest Design and Well-Being issue, you’ll find a diverse range of stories that focus on improving life at home, including the different ways to safeguard one’s health, and ideas for boosting one’s mood and mental well-being.
HÅG Capisco Puls 8020 task chair, from Flokk
For starters, we’ve picked out some of the best products to help you feel more comfortable, work and sleep better, and live healthier.
Jasper bed from King
When it comes to expert insights, we hear from Biofilico founder Matt Morley on the health benefits of biophilic interiors and practical ways to bring touches of nature into your space.
Casa Biofilico residential project in Spain
Speaking of which, you’ll find some awesome indoor garden ideas for homes large and small, not to mention a profile of talented local crafters whose works are inspired by nature.
Envelope House by ASOLIDPLAN
Handcrafted resin home collection by Sincerely, Cherise
Did you know that light greatly influences how you feel and function in a space? We hear from Toh Yah Li of Light Collab on the positive impact of good lighting and the key considerations for the home.
Residence along Second Avenue, lighting by Light Collab
Those who feel overwhelmed by life’s hectic pace may find the prospect of slow living enticing. Vincent Goi, co-founder of design studio Arkhilite shares what this means in the home, and the ways in which design can facilitate this.
Apartment project in Taiwan by Hao Design
Apartments are getting smaller while lives are becoming more complex. In this issue, we present case studies where living requirements are brilliantly resolved with creative spatial strategies.
Every edition of Lookbox Living curates some of the finest homes in Singapore, and this one is no different. Forming an important part of our Design and Well-Being issue is a series of inspirational homes, each one an example of how great design fosters well-being at home.
Want to know more? Pick up a copy of the latest Lookbox Living magazine (issue 64) at newsstands today!
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