Most people spend up to ninety percent of their lives indoors. With that in mind, we believe that design to promote human wellness is critical.
A building designed for occupant wellness can include features like biophilic elements, ergonomic work areas, healthy building materials, and acoustically sensitive and agile spaces that support healthy choices by the end-user. All of these design elements work together to make us healthier and happier.
We believe in designing people-centered spaces by asking the right questions:
- How can the design encourage a healthy lifestyle?
- How can the space provide for greater occupant comfort and well-being?
- How can the space feel welcoming and inclusive for all?
- How can design connect people with place and nature?
- What materials can support a healthy environment?