SeaRenity, a well-being and therapy centre located on the River Tay overlooking the Beacon and Fowler rocks, was designed to explore human connection to weather. According to a 2014 study conducted by The Weather Channel and YouGov, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a form of depression linked to reduced exposure to sunlight ,affects 29% of the UK population to various degrees. Designed around this connection to weather, SeaRenity aims to improve mental and physical well-being through the use of light therapy rooms, a yoga studio and massage rooms. The restaurant offers a space to encourage healthy eating and lifestyles, providing a space to socialise while indulging in the beautiful views of the River Tay. Inspired by the ongoing Dundee Waterfront Development, the centre aims to take advantage of the attention brought to the area to encourage visitors and raise public awareness of physical and mental health.