26th June 2018 | IN HEALTHCARE & WELLNESS | BY SBID ShareTweetPinterestLinkedIn With June being Employee Wellbeing Month, our focus turns to interior wellness and how interior design can aid in mental and physical wellbeing. We’ve brought together views and opinions from across interior design to discuss the thought process, its importance at the early stage of planning and how these processes create positive environments for employees and in-turn generating better business. Design factors such as colour, lighting, acoustics, air quality, furnishings and architectural design can have an impact on the health, performance and engagement to those occupying the space. “Designers are masters of subliminal communication” says Michaela Jones, Director of Chroma Flooring . . . . Sorry! Your post preview finishes here. Want to keep reading? Not a member? Join now. If you’re already a member, sign in to continue reading.