Psychology and art, which seem to be so far one from the other, rather than the habitual context of art conceived within “galleries” and psychology at a doctor’s office, actually are very close to permeating a new way of presenting itself to set up a new concept of furnishing and use of the living and working space.
An intervention of Psico Design considers three different levels of the situation to be analysed:
• internal to be read as interior
• artistic (tone of colours, shapes, objects)
Colours and materials are allied to our well-being.
Psico Design suggests the use of certain materials and colours particularly appropriated to favour psychological well-being, respecting our planet.
It is not only the objects that furnish our house and work place.
Relations between the people living there play a key role in furnishings.
There is a “bubble.space” inside the house
hich protects our intimacy from our housemates.
This space is essential for the well-being of each of us.
Everyone, just because of different needs, should have a physical and psychological space where to rest, concentrate, think or relax, a space where to be alone without being disturbed, not even by their dear ones.
Being our home, a house that welcomes, protects and gives us
well-being, must include the essence and the soul of the people.
According to O. Marc’s theory, Psico Design can make every house or living place personal, comfortable and functional, pointing to the concept of a primordial home, the maternal uterus, where life began and developed, giving warmth and protection.