@jvlarzabal21 asked 8 months ago.

1.2 summarise theories about how the physical environment can support well-being in a group setting?

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@exuppyrret answered 8 months ago.

In order to encourage well-being, the physical environment should be tailored to the individual. The physical environment should ‘fit’ the people within it and should encourage them to act in ways that are consistent with their personality and preferences. The physical environment should be designed to support the activity and not be the main focus of attention.
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@tatiderrap- answered 8 months ago.

Well-being is more than just a feeling of satisfaction; it is about the quality of the experience and the ability to meet one's needs. In order to support well-being, the physical environment plays an important role. According to the biophilia hypothesis, our need for nature is a fundamental human need.
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@henogali answered 8 months ago.

An example of how the physical environment can support well-being in a group setting is in a work environment. If people are working in an open-plan office that is full of distractions, they are likely to feel stressed and less motivated to work.
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@ejuzubul answered 8 months ago.

- The physical environment can support well-being in a group setting in two key ways: 1) it can help to create a sense of shared identity through the use of communal spaces and 2) it can help to promote physical activity.
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@loxonoboss answered 8 months ago.

Designers should be aware of the impact of the physical environment on the experience of people in a setting, and how this impacts their interactions with others. The physical environment includes aspects such as the layout of spaces, the colours of walls, floors and furniture, the types of materials used, and the use of light and sound.

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