German houses from the 60s often have a certain style and floorplan. They have a real hall and a huge living room with large windows offering a great view into… Read More
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If you have a winter garden: Use it!
Sometimes, when I visit a house of a client or friend, approaching the house I can see a nice winter garden. When I then walk through the house the winter… Read More
Room Design for HSPs: How to Create the Fitting Living Space
High sensitivity has been a prominent topic for a while now. This comes as no surprise, with 15 to 20% of all people being highly sensitive, meaning that they take… Read More
What is “room psychology”?
When I tell people what my profession is, they often are surprised. It is unusual for a psychologist to work in the field of architecture, room design and habitation. A… Read More
Where do you have your TV?
Question: Where do you have positioned your TV? Probably you say now: In my living room. Next question: Where in your living room do you have positioned your TV?… Read More
Furnishing and decorating sometimes can be tricky and a lot of people have not the feeling to come up with it just like that. The desire for a change of… Read More
a home for two: tips for couples
This books shows that living together as a couple often is not easy: concerning questions of use of rooms, interior design and creating a home, that really fits for both… Read More
My book “Ein Zuhause für die Seele” (= A Home for the Soul”) was published in South Korea in July 2017. I am so excited and happy that my… Read More
A home for your soul
“Ein Zuhause für die Seele” (meaning: “A home for the soul”) overlooks the topics of room psychology and psychology of habitation. It describes, how rooms take influence on us… Read More