Fred Dust and Patrice Martin, both of IDEO, have learned a lot about the design of effective workspaces through their observational research at hotels.
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The link between environmental satisfaction and job satisfaction is indirect, but important.
The messages workplaces convey and how people respond to them are addressed in recent research.
Gensler’s 2008 survey of American workers has identified four primary ways in which employees spend their workdays and the amount of time they are engaged in different sorts of tasks.
Classic research on the use of art in healthcare facilities is expanded through new studies.
As the definition of work changes, so will workplaces.
Recent articles explore the psychological ramifications of workplace physical features, as well as how these physical features interact with socially constructed elements of organizations, such as corporate cultures.
The role of workplace design in innovation and the way in which building design can influence creativity and communication are probed in two recent articles.
A review of the evidence-based design research finds hospitals have benefited.
When the circadian rhythms of demented elderly people are disrupted there can be serious ramifications.