Researchers from Hosei University examined the economic benefits of enhancing various elements in Tokyo office spaces for improved work efficiency and health.
Natural light helps support wellness, boosts productivity, and can be used to save energy.
In the post-pandemic era, designers and architects are taking a more mindful approach to workplace design.
Facility managers can create office environments that enhance wellness, comfort, and sustainability.
American Society of Interior Designers report explores how the global mental health crisis, sustainability, and technology are impacting design in 2023.
San Francisco International Airport’s Harvey Milk Terminal 1 achievement recognizes Boarding Area B facility for enhancing human health, well-being.
As market conditions and the industry evolve, the future of HVAC remains positive with innovation and strategic planning guiding the way.
An International Day of Clean Air survey found only 36% of respondents describe the indoor air at their workplace as "very clean."
Ergonomic flooring can improve productivity and patient care, reduce absenteeism and workman comp claims, and improve quality of life for healthcare providers.
Nearly three-quarters of North Americans feel anxious when entering public spaces with poor indoor air quality, according to new research.
A Honeywell survey revealed that 87% of workers have heightened concerns about working in an office due to the rise of new SARS-CoV-2 variants.
JLL research shows 84% of premium office buildings are sustainability certified, and space in core central business districts has remained resilient.
The impact of artificial lighting on human health remains a focus for the industry.
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Majority of millennials say they will feel safer returning to offices with real-time indoor air quality (IAQ) information.
State-of-the-art ventilation, touchless features, rooftop green space highlight The Net, an Urban Visions development in downtown Seattle.
The International Council on Active Aging, with NuStep, created this awards program in 2019 to spotlight "Best in Wellness" achievements in North America's senior living communities.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the senior living industry was evolving from a care-based business model to one that is wellness-based, with care.
Architecture that blurs the lines between the building and nature while welcoming members of the community is shifting the paradigm for today’s behavioral health facilities.
This LED lighting features precisely designed light spectra, with the LM302N DAY to improve alertness and the LM302N NITE to enhance relaxation.