Biophil-yeah! Get the scoop on the many benefits of biophilia at work.
A touch of nature and natural light can reduce workplace stress and inspire more and better work.
Adam Stoltz, the Regional Lead of Consulting for HOK in New York, attended CIFF as a correspondent for Work Design Magazine. Here, he describes the trends that emerged at the show.
Who doesn’t love a skylight? New research shows that virtual skylights trigger the same positive “biophilic” response as the real thing.
The driving hypothesis behind biophilic design is simple — that incorporating human access to nature into our built environment can greatly improve our health and happiness at a large scale.
The most successful workplace designs are ones that have been developed with a strong and comprehensive people strategy as a foundation.
How WeWork is producing a new kind of corporate culture, wellness features are being used to attract new tenants, and more news from around the web.
In case you missed it and are suffering from a severe case of FOMO, here is a recap of the recent Design Well pre-conference and conference in San Diego, California that took place January 21-23, 2019.
While healthcare spending may seem unmanageable, reducing the “hidden costs” of healthcare is under your control.
While the pendulum continues to swing, how design stands to leverage what matters most in the workplace is much more complex than the partitioning of space.
How to create an aesthetic “wow” factor that inspires creativity, attracts new employees, and supports retention.
Examples of how major companies are incorporating biophilia into workplace design, four strategies to empower people to embrace workplace change, and other industry news.
The June 2018 Workplace Week New York (WWNY) questioned the art and the science behind creating work environments that facilitate employee happiness, wellbeing, and productivity.
Kenneth Freeman, head of innovation for Ambius, shares how even the simplest of biophilic design elements can can increase productivity and reduce absenteeism in the workplace.
EY’s Global Real Estate Leader Trex Morris discusses how their agile and tech-savvy space has created a more efficient and flexible work environment for employees – both inside and outside the office.