We all spend a lot of time in rooms – in urban spaces and indoors. Our well-being therefore depends to a large extent on the quality of these rooms. Common afflictions such as depression or burnout, anger and aggression are often due to conditions determined by others. Julia Erdmann describes the responsibility of architecture to improve health and satisfaction. Whether at work, in traffic or at home, Healthy Places are places where people can move freely, come into contact with each other and live self-determined lives. The shape of an object becomes secondary, what’s important is the design of life within it.