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Our Approach


Science-Informed Design

We translate neuroscience into a range of executions, providing an evidence base to guide creative designs and directions. This helps underpin products, services, experiences and ideas with cutting-edge science to drive meaningful impact and behaviour change.


By working with the science of the brain and body, we can reshape designs to provide new ways to experience wellbeing, connection and engagement.

We act as a bridge
between academic labs
and the creative sector
by turning insights into
tangible, relatable and experiential formats

The Science of Connection

Our work is driven by science which underpins the three lenses of connection:

To self: Mental, Emotional & Physiological Health

To others: Empathy, Synchrony & Collective Experience

To environments: Built & Natural Landscapes

By creating an evidence-based foundation, we help tackle the widespread issue of disconnection and support everything from sleep to sustainability, anxiety to creativity and collective action to individual change.

Connectedness is the bedrock to wellbeing

We are Kinda...

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Robyn Landau

In an exploration of the connected body, Robyn’s expertise in Neuroaesthetics uncovers how our experience of the world around us impacts our states of being. Her approach integrates a career in the music industry, somatic practise, science and communications to build practical tools and creative applications to help enhance experiences of the everyday. She believes creativity is a fundamental component of life, and accessible to all. As a ceramicist, yoga practitioner and dancer, she fuses these organic and energetic schools of thought with tangible science for greater access and impact.

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Katherine Templar Lewis

Connecting and enabling cross-disciplinary collaborations and insight, Katherine is an interdisciplinary mind, an experienced knowledge broker and reality hacker. With an extensive academic background in genetics, experimental psychology and neuroscience she now sits at the intersection of technology, science and culture. Her passion is translating cutting edge science insight into creative intelligence, accelerating it out of labs and into the real world through artistic and creative collaborations that help us better understand ourselves, our world, drive connection and inspire change.

Wellbeing as Experience

Aesthetic experiences create sensations in the body driving the personal meaning required for transformation, while neuroscience shows us how and why this works. This is why our work embeds neuroaesthetics directly into culture and technology for an experiential approach that helps people understand science in ways that evoke curiosity and creativity.

At the intersection of science and the lived experience is where the most meaningful 
transformations take place

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