WHY DO WE FEEL BETTER WITH WOOD?

WOOD SHOWS PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL BENEFITS, ACCORDING TO RESEARCH
Wood has been used as a building material for millennia, but its benefits to people who live, work, and gather in the built environment are only beginning to be understood. Researchers are discovering that wood can contribute to the health and well-being of building occupants. While many people would agree that wood is visually pleasing, its aesthetic properties affect humans on a deeper level.

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WHY DO WE FEEL BETTER WITH WOOD?

This commARCH White Paper focuses on how Wood shows psychological and physiological benefits, according to research.