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We are all design lovers! But great design – exceptional and intelligent – is not a simple neither an objective concept, so defining it clearly, as well as explaining the importance of the application of its principles, it is genuinely complex. That is why we decided to shed some light on this intricate concept by using the wise words of the experts and their unique and insightful perception about the subject.

If you have been following our blog or our brand, you already know that ARCHYI. team is inspired by nature and moved by passion. The passion for communication, for creating unique solutions that help to improve environments, particularly work environments, that motivate and potentiate collaboration, communication, creativity, and focus. But there are other things that truly passionate us and serve as an inspiration for our creative product development team.

You have probably already heard or read about “Biophilia”, since it is a concept first popularized by the American biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and author, Edward O. Wilson in 1984. Standing for the innate relationship between humans and nature, and concerns the need we have to be continually connected to nature, the interest in biophilia has grown substantially over the last decades, mostly due to the rapid urbanization of the modern world. We started to realize our cities and suburbs have been designed in a way that alienates us from nature and degrades the environment.

Health and wellbeing are essential concerns when thinking, or rethinking workspaces. The success of any workplace – its work methods and processes- depends on just how well prepared for assuring employees safety, comfort and wellness they are. Because that will definitely increase employees’ engagement and productivity.

The future is today and he demands new tools, new abilities and a permanent state of mind, awareness, and conscious of itself.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, combined with other socio-economic and demographic changes, will transform labor markets leading to a net loss of million jobs.
Skills and jobs displacement will affect every industry and geographical region, but losses can be offset by job growth in key areas.