In an interview with Fortune, the former chief executive of the International Organization for Standardization, the world’s international organization for scientific standards, Dr. Daniel L. Weisman, said that the bicylactic home design movement has made a comeback.
“We have been through this,” Weisman said.
“This has happened.
There’s a real movement in the home design community, where the concept is to create an environment that’s less likely to be toxic, and that’s the home you live in.”
As Weisman explained, there are a lot of different factors that come into play when designing a home for people with different health concerns, including size, shape, material and other materials.
“So if you’re in the market for a house, I think a lot more research is going to be needed to really understand what the design will actually look like,” he said.
It’s important to understand what you need to get right, and how it will be comfortable for you.
The first step, according to Weisman and others, is understanding the types of home you’re designing for.
The size of your home is very important to choosing a space that will be most comfortable for your body, Weisman added.
“You can make a home that’s a lot smaller than the average person, or you can make it so big that you can fit a wheelchair in the front,” he explained.
“So I think that’s what you want to know, that you’re comfortable in your home, and I think if you have a home design that’s not designed for you, that’s because you have not studied it enough.”