The Evolving Workplace

A conversation with Gensler, Room & Board and Cambria on how the future office will ...

October 15, 2020

Custom Curtain Wall

For a new office tower in the Denver Tech Center, the developers wanted to create ...

October 12, 2020

Biophilic Design

David Trubridge of David Trubridge Ltd., Aukland, New Zealand, talks about biophilic design.

October 08, 2020

Finding Our Way in a New Office Normal

As offices continue to reopen and welcome employees back to work, things will be different. ...

October 08, 2020

The Evolving Workplace

A conversation with Gensler, Room & Board and Cambria on how the future office will be “open section” — providing ...

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WHITE PAPERS


WHY DO WE FEEL BETTER WITH WOOD?

This commARCH White Paper focuses on how Wood shows psychological and physiological benefits, according to research. Wood has been used as a building material for millennia, but its benefits to people who live, work, and gather in the built environment are only beginning to be understood. Researchers are discovering that wood can contribute to the health and wellbeing of building occupants. While many people would agree that wood is visually pleasing, its aesthetic properties affect humans on a deeper level. Can the use of natural elements in building design enhance moods and reduce stress? Can they improve focus, creating environments that enhance productivity and learning? In this white paper, we’ll examine the benefits of an emerging design approach, and the science behind it

Sunday October 18, 2020

New Project: K-12 School in Minnesota

The Evolving Workplace

A conversation with Gensler, Room & Board and Cambria on how the future office will be “open section” — providing ...

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WHITE PAPERS


WHY DO WE FEEL BETTER WITH WOOD?

This commARCH White Paper focuses on how Wood shows psychological and physiological benefits, according to research. Wood has been used as a building material for millennia, but its benefits to people who live, work, and gather in the built environment are only beginning to be understood. Researchers are discovering that wood can contribute to the health and wellbeing of building occupants. While many people would agree that wood is visually pleasing, its aesthetic properties affect humans on a deeper level. Can the use of natural elements in building design enhance moods and reduce stress? Can they improve focus, creating environments that enhance productivity and learning? In this white paper, we’ll examine the benefits of an emerging design approach, and the science behind it