hHMI, harmonising Human-Material-Interaction within spaces in flow

hHMI aims to generate a rational understanding of elements that contribute to the ‘wellbeing’ for humans in shared spaces in flow. In this context wellbeing is understood as balancing the physical, the psychological and the emotional state of the commuters. Providing passengers a quality of life they otherwise reserve for leisure. Any well-designed environment can become a strong influence on what people think and do. Interiors of shared constructed spaces are intersection points for culture, society, technology and environment. harmonising Human-Material-Interaction (hHMI) in this space, has the potential to balance and de-stress the human component in it. Thus transforming the passive commutation time into a time of relaxation – contributing to the general upliftment of the urban life experience.

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