Indoor spaces; are they good for our health and creativity

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Some of our greatest literary geniuses wrote in what might seem to be, less than ideal work spaces. Dylan Thomas' writing shed in Laugharne. Photo by Bryan Ledgard/Wikicommons.

Modern humans are an indoor species. In normal times, the majority of us spend nearly 90% of our time shuttling between our homes, schools, stores, restaurants, and gyms. Yet unlike the great outdoors, we know relatively little about the indoor world in which we live. Just how much is our productivity and well being influenced by our indoor space? Can a small space nurture the creative process?



Andrea Brody