A digital aerial design of a kindfulness space. There are potted plants around the edge and blue chairs in the middle with symbols for headphones, wheelchair spaces and hearing loops.
Kind Places & Spaces © Neelam Saredia-Brayley

Kindfulness Space

Kindfulness Space by Neelam & Adrian Saredia-Brayley is one of six micro-commissions from People United’s Kind Places & Spaces project that took place during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
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Neelam is an award-winning poet who has performed at the Canterbury Festival & Adrian is a freelance artist who also creates live illustrations for events such as the Wise Words Festival.

Kindfulness Space is a creative design for a dedicated wellbeing zone that could be incorporated into areas where the public gather to wait – such as airports, train stations and shopping centres. It includes real plants, comfortable chairs, forest imagery, calming videos, soundscapes, poetry and guided meditation.

Soundscapes coming soon…

Immerse yourself in an annotated digital aerial drawing of a Kindfulness Space centre to discover a more in-depth description of the idea.

Slow down and enjoy this series of nature photography by Neelam Saredia-Brayley.

Kindfulness Space was first presented online in October 2020.

Funded by

Canterbury City Council