AriaDiCasa™ - Consultancy + Workshops. 
We are specialists in wellbeing centred and evidence based support for master-planning, building layouts and interior design. For advanced approaches to accessibility, wellbeing outcomes and inclusive, cohesive, active community living.

A feeling, an air... a sense of home

AriaDiCasa™ is
our specialist, evidence based framework that acts as a clear guide in design for wellbeing.
The most advanced approaches to buildings and places that support creativity, wellbeing and their respective outcomes including enhanced coping, resilience and increased positive social behaviors, while reducing environmental causes of stress.
Our model is relevant to sectors such as social care, dementia, autism, nursing & clinical, forensic, rehabilitation, transitional care, office and education. 

Supporting accessible, creative and active lifestyles, within appealing communities that feel safe, lifting the spirit, giving a sense of freedom, equality and possibility.

Through evidence based design we enhance quality of life and lived experience, delivering the proven causes of wellbeing in abundance. We apply advanced thinking on social and environmental accessibility and optimally reduce proven environmental stressors.

Our design model and consultancy is based on research into the physical, psychological and sensory experience alongside many other facets of the human condition and evidence from acclaimed projects across Canada, Australia, The Netherlands, Japan and elsewhere.

We provide Consultancy, Workshops and Advisory services to Designers, Architects, Company Directors, Project Leads, Buildings Managers and others. Giving you the support, guidance and understanding to maximise accessibility, confidence, productivity and positive identity alongside all the rich wellbeing outcomes that are possible for your teams and the people you work with.

Excellent accessible design, combined with evidenced approaches to outcomes based architecture and interiors for wellbeing. In particular, for autism, dementia, and other specialist needs, our transformative design model embeds creativity, reduces stress, increases positive social behaviors, supports positive identity formation and boosts productivity.

With in-depth research that includes a Winston Churchill Traveling Fellowship, covering acclaimed projects, neuroscience, anthropology, cognitive bias, positive psychology, body schema, the senses and much more we are able to advise, train, master-plan with evidence based wellbeing goals integrated into every design approach. 

We work with you to create ground breaking spaces and places that radically improve quality of life, team working, wellbeing, social and environmental mastery, reducing stress and improving positive creativity and healthy approaches to problem solving.

Whether an Architect, Designer, Project Lead or other... You will receive enduring understanding, knowledge and takeaways that strengthen your expertise for years to come. Through working with us, and the AriaDiCasa™ model you will take ownership of a rigorous framework that clearly demonstrates a road to achieving integrated architectural and interior design models that solve real world problems in health and quality of life. 

Further articles and detail on the AriaDiCasa™ model and more:

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