Safe, healthy & inclusive spaces

We apply evidence-based strategies to shape building design and wellbeing programmes to improve our clients’ engagement, productivity, and happiness.


Healthy spaces

Prioritise health and wellbeing to positively impact productivity levels, business performance, and long term strategy.


Designed spaces

As experts in designing inclusive, inspiring workspaces, we offer variety, adaptability and accessibility to enable people to work at their best.


Safe spaces

We can support your goals in achieving a Covid secure environment with easily implementable strategies or by becoming certified with Fitwel Viral Response or the WELL Health-Safety Seal.


Stakeholder engagement

Our user engagements provide an inclusive approach that help increase the success of change programmes, define key success factors, support employee satisfaction targets and business objectives.


We can help you find out what your employees and occupants feel about their space, learning what is working well and their challenges.

We offer tailored engagements to suit your company needs using:

  • Workshops
  • Observations
  • Interviews
  • Surveys

“We would recommend Space Positive to organisations who want to ensure all bases are covered when making their spaces as secure and safe as possible.”

Anneka Deva, Community Director, The Advocacy Academy

“Space Positive offered solutions around Covid safety, which included suggestions for changes to our office layout. A concise process, with minimal disruption. Our staff and visitors now feel more confident using our office and activities space.”

Helen Newman, CEO, Age UK (Barnet)

“Daniella, from Space Positive, has been working with us on co-producing a psychologically informed design for the internal spaces of our Manchester city centre project at Oldham Street since last year. This hub delivers services to vulnerable homeless young people and is currently undergoing a major renovation project. With Daniella’s expert interior design knowledge, this space has become more than just a service. It has become a place that considers the wellbeing and psychological safety of the young people who access it and the staff that work there.”

Dr Helen Miles, Centrepoint Lead for Psychologically Informed Environments, Centrepoint

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