GreenDwell was established in 2009, providing architectural design and consultancy services for sustainability and wellbeing.
Sustainable design is sometimes perceived to be largely linked to energy and environmental aspects of architecture. We believe a human side of sustainability should always be considered, as how people experience space through time defines architecture which is a delight to the five senses and hence people’s wellbeing.
Yoo-Yen-Pen-Sook is a Thai old saying, which links a thermally comfortable living (physical comfort) with a sense of comfort in terms of peace of mind, similar to the term ‘dwell’, which does not only mean ‘to live’ but also shows psychological sense of comfort. It is a designer’s responsibility is to ensure that the space is ‘dwell-able’. Architectural quality can be evaluated not at the moment it is looked at, but rather, throughout the time spent in such space.