We design and deliver technologically advanced spaces people experience through all human senses.
Our technology experiences are composed of solutions from six key functional categories:
digital architecture practice
Holistica, digital architecture practice, specialised in the design and delivery of technologically advanced, cognitive spaces.
Comprehensive designs, composed of six multilayered technology categories, incorporated into physical spaces design and successfully delivered with Holistica’s unique know-how and empowering partnerships.
The design and delivery of future technologies require a multidimensional approach where key components: are fully integrated across technology layers.
Workspace well-being is based on 4 pillars: (1) Workplace well-being composed of the right spaces, biophilic interiors, amenities and hospitality. (2) A culture based on trust composed of leadership, team connections, colleague relationships. (3) Enabling technologies composed of digital experience, Internet of Things and infrastructure. (4) Personal Growth: wellness, mental health, learning and creation. To learn more about biophilic design read our blog note about the biophilia hypothesis explaining that most humans have an innate love of nature and that connecting with it is positive for people’s well-being. In architecture, biophilic design is a sustainable design strategy that incorporates reconnecting people with the natural environment. Here’s a video about biophilic interiors. Below are technologies enabling well-being with spaces.
Scent Towers to periodically release Signature Scent. Scent branding is often used as marketing element in retail.
Plants as walls or gren houses bring nature inside and an be enhanced by projections or holograms.
Water displays create a peaceful ambience and are part of digital signage. Bespoke ones can extend up to three floors in height.
Every location has distinct and subtle sounds created by its environment, which can be used for space ambience.
Enclosed spaces with a standardised desk set-up enabling hybrid working with flexible sitting as well as soundproof booths are key to focused work.
Digital enablers are opportunities leveraged for customers’ benefit and convenience. They allow people to plan better, make changes easier and remain informed on every step of the digital journey ensuring the best technology experience. Here’s a concept design video for NEOM containing many of the digital enablers listed below.
Enabling registration and bookingof incoming events, appoitments and meetings.
Text or video chat bots humanising the experience.
Facilitating seamless and cashless access and departure.
Keeping people informed about changes and updates.
VR & XR Tools
To create a comprehensive digital experience, the user journey must include VR spaces for VR and XR collaboration and creation.
Immersive, virtual space where people can get access to the organisations instead of going in person enabling VR visits to various entities.
High-quality systems for communication as well as ambient music and sounds subtly implemented to meet well-being standards with the use of nature and wildlife sounds to bring quiet waiting spaces to life. Combined with the power of digital content displayed on high-definition digital displays.
An advanced solution for the communication stage leveraging a mix of VR, XR and AV. Watch an explanatory video.
VR& XR Devices
There are vatious types of the of the digital world. The most common are: virtual reality (VR) with a fully immersive experience, mixed reality (XR) where elements of the virtual world are overlayed in a real worl and
Interna, external, curved, 3D, all to display corporate content, updates and adverts.
Unique digital content with a message from simple abstract animations to advanced, data-driven, Machine Learning powered installations.
Toch sensitive displays with a capability to track hand gestures, display advanced contents.
Desk, room, and building panes for digital content display and a capability to self-check-in with a mobile app, code or a card.
Essential for a desk and a meeting room set up, as well as to display information across the building.
The purpose is to manage the corporate’s sustainability, GHG, ESG & net-zero targets. The smart building operations system aggregates the real-time data from the in-building systems to form a “single pane of glass”. The building operations management system provides the functionality to deliver the smart building features and to aggregate building data, optimize performance & control portfolio operations, powered by AI & IoT with machine learning models. Here’s a case study video of Societe Generale Bank’s technology transformation with elements listed below.
- Visitor Mgmt.
- Hospitality Mgmt.
- Events & Offers
- Building Maintenance
SECURITY & ACCESS
- Building Access
- Building Security
- Asset Tracking
- Parking Access
Energy & AUTOMATION
- Smart Meters
- Lights & Blinds
- Temp. Control
- Dust count
Monitoring, analysing and improving people’s experience is a key to outstanding digital and physical spaces.
- Knowledge Hub
feedback & Monitoring
- Experience Rating
- Mood Detection
- Data Analytics
Facilitating seamless and cashless access and departure.
Allowing to easily find people and places.
2D/3D printers create three-dimensional prototypes and produce the end product by directly building them using software-created 3D designs.
Robots / Drones with: VC and sound systems, cameras, touch screens, sensors, AI assistance and connectivity through 5G or Wi-Fi.
technologically advanced spaces
Boardroom (20 People)
Meeting room (14P)
MEETING ROOM (8P)
Collaboration Area (4P)