McCoy and Evans have determined that environments in which individuals are creative share certain features.
Hypersonic Sound Systems (HSS) can focus sound into a very specific location.
The physical features of the indoor work environment are closely linked to human behaviors such as creativity, teamwork, and leadership.
A recent article reviews a number of ways that architects designing school buildings are improving the acoustics in classrooms which are applicable to office and hospital conference rooms and any other environments where proper acoustics can improve experience.
Lessons learned from the design of operating rooms can be applied to other areas where thoughtful production work is performed.
Recent research, which has combined an assortment of test conditions in a new way, has shown relationships among task type, office color, presence of scenic images, and workplace performance.
The Inspired Workspace makes just as significant a contribution to workplace design as Zelinsky’s previous books.
Achieving business success depends on the work activities and behaviors of individuals, teams, and groups. We start with our clients’ business goals and measure how well office design supports these.
Reduction in ambient noise—a significant environmental stressor—has recently been shown to improve workers’ image of their employers and attachment to employing companies.
Performance of creative tasks might be improved by placing leafy plants in the field of view of people who are trying to work creatively.