“By utilizing low toxicity materials, installing appliances that facilitate healthy choices (smart refrigerators), and conceptualizing floor plans and rooms specifically designed for healthy activities like exercise, meal preparation, meditation, these spaces may drive measurable increases in both the quality and duration of people’s lives,” Kofi Nartey on how wellness homes work in an interview with Forbes.
“I have to stay on top of what’s next so I’m able to provide guidance to builders on everything from wellness rooms to circadian lighting. Even simple things, like secure food and product delivery areas on porches (with controlled access from smartphones), can bring more value to clients and greater profits to my developers.” (Forbes)
Eric Mastrota is a Contributing Editor at The National Digest based in New York. A graduate of SUNY New Paltz, he reports on world news, culture, and lifestyle. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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