Human-Centered Design is based on the philosophy that products, services, and experiences should be designed to address the needs of the customer or the end-user.
A growing body of research shows that architecture and urban design create physiological responses in people that can promote long-term health and well-being. In architecture this means putting people at the center of the design process, to optimize positive interactions between humans and buildings.
At GJ Properties we do this because we want to celebrate every person in the house, including kids and pets. Everyone has different values. Some like privacy, while others like openness. We believe that space should nurture the things that people enjoy doing, whether they are alone or in a group.
Visit one of our buildings or show apartments to experience the difference design can make to how we respond to physical spaces.