Inclusive design


Inclusion for everyone and the right to the adequate housing with

dignity and privacy for all. 

Designing spaces based on human needs adequate to function, leaving no one behind. 

We believe that everyone deserves an adequate standard of living


Mental healthcare facilities & safety


Design of mental health facilities plays a crucial role in safety and well-being of inpatients as well as therapeutic outcome.

A proper physical environment is also ensuring safety and reduces sentinel events number including suicide attempts. 

The design process of built environment of mental health facilities is governed by different therapeutic priorities and requires implementation of different methods of care taking and guarding patients than in other hospitals as well as dedicated design solutions.

Shaping built environment of mental health facilities is a process that requires predominantly adaptation of introduced solutions to particular patterns of patient behaviour and specific procedures

Next to patient outcomes and the quality of therapy, architecture is the most visible and representative part of healthcare system. Both outcomes and the quality of treatment and therapy are strongly dependent on the quality of built environment.












Inclusive Habitat Project supports the principles and objectives of the Movement for Global Mental Health

Architecture, together with urban design, represents a system of interconnected factors that shape its form, determine materials, the design of functional arrangement and spatial relations both in micro and macro scale.

Users are affected by stressors generated by built environment as well as by urban design.

Both exert a significant impact on health and well being. Inadequate spatial relations and low quality of built environment may trigger numerous stressors and reflect in users’ health, both in their somatic conditions as well as mental health problems.




Inclusive Habitat Project seeks to raise awareness of connections between human habitat and its influence on mental health and overall wellbeing. 


The aim is to provide a design of high quality housing for everyone, which is a basic human right and this is what Inclusive Habitat Project advocates for globally.


Inclusion Habitat Project advocates for ending mental health stigma.

Inclusive Habitat Project supports the principles and objectives of the Sustainable Developement Goals