Sustainable design features that improve user experience, health, and productivity

April 10, 2019 Sanjana Saluja

Holistic and sustainable design brings together concepts that are intertwined. Work Design Magazine explores how focusing on indoor environmental quality can lead to a common goal of peak performance, creating an enhanced workplace. 

     

In recent years, there’s been a growing discussion among architects, designers, and engineers around the office environment and its impact on productivity and absenteeism. Indoor environmental quality factors such as views, daylighting, indoor air quality, and thermal comfort have all been shown to have significant positive impacts on employee health and performance. These design features should consistently be integrated in your workspace, focusing on strategies proven to improve the user experience and owner operations.

Click here to check out design best practices to unlock the interrelated performance benefits of sustainable design.

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