Using WELL to elevate offices
The Transdisciplinary Workplace Research (TWR) Network met recently. The practitioners, researchers, and practitioner-researchers doing the most significant and applicable office design-related work, worldwide, attended and key material discussed is shared here.
Vital insights for NOW
Research at the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for the Built Environment (CBE) indicates that there may be more flexibility in setting workplace temperatures than previously thought.
Loder and Stoner review studies related to nature (plants, nature views, etc.) in work environments.
Learning from the past for the future
Colenberg and Tuuli thoroughly investigated how workplace design can support worker health.
Ronda and de Gracia investigated how workplace aesthetics influence decisions to join an organization.
Colenberg and colleagues studied available privacy and workplace satisfaction.
Koohsari and colleagues studied how worker perceptions of workplace layouts influence how active they are during the day.