Examples of how major companies are incorporating biophilia into workplace design, four strategies to empower people to embrace workplace change, and other industry news.
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.
How bringing natural environments to the workplace can actually improve employee wellbeing, why employees want modern technology in the office, and more news.
Green Furniture Concept’s new office building in Glasvasen, Sweden features a striking biophilic environment and architecture.
When designing for culture, think about creating a holistic environment that champions the goals, values, and spirit of not only your company, but also of your team.
There’s a major shift coming in the future of healthcare. Jennifer Walton and Susan Dwyer of H. Hendy Associates ask how will all this impact the corporate office?
Interface’s Chip DeGrace explains why companies need to design spaces that are representative of the diverse job functions that reside in a given workplace in order to recruit and retain top talent.
Is employee retention, engagement, and happiness important to the success of your business? If so, you may want to find out more about a growing trend that companies such as Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft are utilizing in their work spaces.
Why a focus on fresh air design strategies will help rejuvenate employees and reinforce a positive workplace culture, while positioning companies for future growth and success in the next decade.
As more companies begin to understand the impact of biophilia and the outdoors on their employees, the A&D community will be called upon to transform them.