Designing workplaces that sound right

10 March 2020

The concept of a healthy workplace is rising up across the world. Research proves that architects play an important role in designing workplaces that increase employee wellbeing. Indoor work environments are a key driver of employee health and happiness, and the right design can actually reduce illness and stress, while improving productivity and work-life balance. So what are the factors architects consider when designing spaces that promote wellbeing?

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