Psychitecture in Mark Magazine

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Mark #57 Aug/Sept 2015
Frame Publishers

We then move to Los Angeles – where Eric Owen Moss’ Pterodactyl building has finally landed – and we talk about Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Broad Museum which animates LA’s cultural axis. A conversation with LA-based psychotherapist, Rachel Melvald, reveals how she helps architects and their clients. In New York, Michael Webb speaks to Raj Patel, who leads the acoustic consulting team of Arup in the Americas.

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This is not psychological advice, always consult your licensed healthcare providers, and never disregard or delay medical advice based on information provided in this blog or articles. Our goal is to educate, guide, consult, and empower clients regarding mindfulness, design with intention, and experience to create spaces that reflect an elevated psychology of wellbeing.

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