Charlie Grantham explores why we need to change how we approach workplace design and move from cost-based measures of building performance to more human-centric behavioral measure of wellness and wellbeing.
Scott Delano, design director at Wright Heerema Architects, believes that designers and architects need to be responsible for stopping the sameness that plagues office space design and offers several ways to create a space that is truly differentiated.
It’s easy to follow fads when it comes to workspace design. Perkins and Will’s Paula McEvoy explores how an evidence-based approach to design using peer-reviewed research findings will result in built environments with substantial impacts on the occupants’ well-being.
How can the workplace support the well-being of its occupants? Jennifer Walton, principal at H. Hendy Associates, provides seven common-sense wellness strategies that boost can the overall health of employees.
Today, employees are seeking environments that are more mobile, flexible, and personalized. JLL’s Workplace Strategy Lead, Bernice Boucher outlines four major ways the workplace is changing for the better.
Joelle Jach, Workplace Strategist at CallisonRTKL explores how organizations can use WELL building standards as a guideline for understanding the impacts of the built environment on human health and well-being.