Designing for happiness

Our spaces evolve every day and the success of a home is in how well it functions and how it makes us feel, writes Róisín Lafferty

13th August, 2017
KLD’s The London Residence features custom ceiling-height joinery, which maximises space in a small apartment Pic: Barbara Corsico

Our environment and the spaces around us – whether natural or man made – fundamentally impact us and our experience of the world.

You may not consciously be aware of the effect it has over you, but our environment has the power to alter our emotions and perception of the world. Your home is the one space that you have the power to control.

It is the one space that is yours, away from the...

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