Why green workplace design creates a feel-good factor

October 1, 2018 Sanjana Saluja

For environmentally minded companies, good interior design is an intrinsic part of a greener office. As sustainable design features don’t just benefit the environment, they also have a positive impact on people who work there. JLL Real Views finds out how.

In the Los Angeles offices of Cuningham Group architecture firm, natural daylight streams in through four skylights and floor-to-ceiling glass walls, while discreet vents manage the flow of fresh air. Individual offices are set in upcycled shipping containers, with a central indoor garden that filters the air and enhances the space with morale-boosting greenery.

“Sustainability in the office has advanced by leaps and bounds in the last five or ten years. Design measures that can enhance a firm’s environmental credentials are coming to the top of every client’s wish list,” says Stuart Finnie, Head of Design at Tétris.

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