Showing posts from September, 2019

Wellness Interventions To Existing Workspaces

For everyday workers, and the rise of remote careers notwithstanding, there is little time left in that equation to focus on their physical and mental well-being. The design solution one arrives at is for the workplace to become an environment wherein health and wellness are nurtured. The workplace should, at a minimum, maintain an employee’s health but it could also become an environment that actively seeks to prevent unhealthy behaviors and the diseases that arise from them. Extra-Small At any scale, the immediate solutions to target are air quality through good ventilation and use of low-VOC materials, and also natural light if possible. At the smallest of scales, daylight may be impractical but the use of advanced lighting systems will help workers see clearly while avoiding disruption to natural circadian rhythms through brightness and color spectrum controls. A biophilic design strategy is also readily feasible. A research has found that contact wi

Office lighting that inspires workspace

What type of lighting is best for modern offices? There is no single answer to this question. The ideal lighting design will be the one that best suits the needs of its users and the characteristics of each project. This office was designed with natural light in mind and letting it fragment the space in a very creative way. Letting natural light enter the space was the concept for the development of this space. The space was originally segmented with several work areas and where natural light was none and very dark rooms. The basic idea for the creation was immediately liberated from the whole area, transforming it into an open space. Natural is best Windows are the number one determinant of an employee's satisfaction with a building. Natural lighting not only affects how well we are able to see, but it can also boost our mood, energy level, and hormonal balance. It can reduce absenteeism, owing to fewer illnesses as well as less overw