This is the third post in the current sequence of three where we review key aspects of how our heritage buildings influence our health and well-being: this week we focus on daylight. How important is daylight? As Earth inhabitants our whole being has evolved according to the circadian rhythm: it is only since 1879 when… Continue reading Heritage and Health: Well-lit for Well-being?
Heritage and Health: How well is your building treating you? In the first of a series of blog posts we will be reviewing how your health is directly affected by your internal environment.
Today I was one of a fortunate few who visited the John Lewis Heritage Centre at Cookham, near Maidenhead organised by modern.space. Harking back to John Lewis' origins as a haberdashery and printer of materials, the building is home to an archive of both acquired textile patterns and those commissioned by John Lewis, from 1800… Continue reading A Visit to the Textile Design Archive at the John Lewis Partnership Heritage Centre