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How can we change the design of our homes to encourage us to slow down?

Ilse: Essentially, I think the process is two-pronged: On the one hand, a lot more thinking needs to go into physical space to make it friction-free. As designers, we need to think about it beforehand so it’s almost intuitive once it reaches the user—all that planning and intelligence is implicit. At StudioIlse, we talk about making physical space more like the physical embodiment of human behavior—when we work on homes, we spend a lot of time looking, listening and

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