The idea that our surroundings affect our mood, productivity, and creativity was taken literally by the designers at Arkiplan International when they designed their office in a way that keeps employees’ creativity, energy, and spirit scales high.
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.
Security software company Trend Micro enlisted lauckgroup to artfully design their new Austin office as an innovative and open space that prioritizes the company’s emphasis on employee collaboration and interaction.
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.
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.