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Looking for a keynote for your next event? Fiona, is an architect specialized in Neuro-Architecture : a discipline that links space and mental health.  She will be happy to share her knowledge with you and your team through several keynotes and conferences. 

Fiona stands confidently on stage, engaging a captivated audience with her keynote on neuro-architecture. Behind her, a large, clear projection showcases an intricate brain overlaid with architectural designs, symbolizing the intersection of human psychology and spatial design. She gestures towards the screen, illustrating a point about the impact of environment on mental well-being. The audience, a mix of professionals from various fields, listens intently, some nodding in agreement, others jotting down notes. The atmosphere is one of inspiration and enlightenment, with Fiona leading the way into the fascinating world where architecture meets neuroscience
"Fiona stands on the iconic TEDx stage in Geneva, illuminated by the warm glow of the spotlight. She’s in the midst of delivering a powerful presentation on the three pillars of neuro-architecture, her passion and expertise evident in every word. The backdrop is minimalist, with the TEDx logo and the theme of the conference subtly displayed, focusing all attention on her. The audience, diverse and engaged, is visibly captivated, reflecting the global appeal of TEDx events. Fiona uses clear, expressive gestures to emphasize her points, and the large screen behind her displays vibrant images and key concepts, making complex ideas accessible and compelling. This moment is a pinnacle of sharing and exchange, with Fiona not just speaking, but connecting deeply with every person in the room."

Keynote : neuro-architecture

In today's rapidly evolving world, the spaces we inhabit play a critical role in shaping our mental health, productivity, and overall sense of well-being. "Neuro-Architecture: Crafting Spaces for Well-Being and Creativity" is a pioneering keynote designed for individuals and professionals eager to bridge the gap between the art of design and the science of the human mind.

As an expert in neuro-architecture, I, Fiona, will guide you through an enlightening journey into the core of how our environments influence our mental state and behavior. This keynote is structured around the exploration of the three fundamental pillars of neuro-architecture. Each pillar is vital in creating spaces that not only cater to our aesthetic desires but also nurture our psychological and emotional well-being.

In this scene, Fiona is captured giving a dynamic conference on the intricacies of hybrid work, standing confidently at the forefront of a modern, well-lit conference room. A detailed plan is projected behind her, offering a clear, visual representation of an ideal hybrid work environment. The plan highlights different zones designed for focused work, collaborative projects, and relaxation, each marked with distinct colors and symbols. Fiona points towards the projection, her expression animated as she discusses how to create a seamless blend of work and home life for optimal productivity and well-being. The audience, composed of business professionals and HR leaders, watches intently, their faces a mix of curiosity and enlightenment. Notebooks are open, pens are scribbling rapidly, capturing the insights being shared. The room is charged with the energy of discovery, as Fiona leads the conversation on transforming traditional work models into something more flexible, humane, and ultimately more productive

The future of hybrid work

In our new world of working from both home and office, many of us are finding it hard to separate our job from our personal life. It is time we understand the impact of our workspaces on our mental health. 

In this picture Fiona stands in with BetterAtHome written on the screen. She gives a workshop during the hour of lunch, a conference where she talks about neuro-architecture and the impact of space on our mental health. You can see Fiona Beenkens in the middle of her presentation.

Office design as the cause of burn-out and turn-over

In this keynote you will understand why high rates of burn-out and turnover are not always a sign of un unhealthy company or a problem in the inner structure. Sometimes, it is just a problem in space design. 

Flex desks, black walls, open spaces, hybrid work ... they look fancy but they can be the exact reason the mental health of your team is drastic. The good news is, it may be less expensive to invest in a new color on two or three walls than to deal with turn-over.


The inlfuence of space and design on our daily life, on our energy, behavior and on the statistics of mental health are infinite. Fiona will be happy to adapt her keynote to your demand.

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