It comes from Norway and it’s a philosophy that very well represents one of the possible interpretations of the concept of Outdoor Therapy. Friluftsliv, or “living in the open air” is an invitation to be in close connection with nature, according to its rhythms in any season.
Relax in the open air? Yes, but that’s not all. Also practicing sports, walking, camping and, above all, living outdoors regardless of whether the weather conditions are favorable or not, because the days, a bit like life, are made of sun and rain.
If it is true that spending even just two hours outdoors is enough to improve mood and increase the production of serotonin, the good mood hormone, then designing a comfortable outdoor space suitable for welcoming us at different times of the day is a real practice of care for ourselves and for our loved ones.