A growing body of research indicates that having a connection to nature has benefits for one's physical health as well as their social and emotional well-being. In order to improve our built environment, it is more crucial than ever to make use of nature's healing powers. An architect’s job is to maximise the connection to the outside within a home just as much as it is to protect its owner from the elements. This means establishing a more seamless transition from indoors to outdoors. The best way to do this is by using a combination of windows and doors.

Connecting indoor and outdoor spaces: Enhancing health and wellbeing through window and door specification takes a close look at the benefits of incorporating views, airflow and natural light as design elements and the role windows and doors can play in improving our health and wellbeing. We also consider the role of sustainable design considerations in nurturing our connection to nature. Finally, we present one of the best known and trusted window and door brands in Australia who have contributed to creating healthier, light-filled living spaces across the country.

Australian-owned and operated, Wideline Windows & Doors continues to lead the way in residential and architectural window design by addressing the essential benefits of functionality and durability, whilst also making a bold statement about the aesthetic value of quality and style. Their comprehensive and innovative selection of design solutions cater for every need.

Download this whitepaper to learn about the health and wellbeing benefits of connecting indoor and outdoor spaces through thoughtful specification of windows and doors.


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