Susan Chung, ASID
Randy Fiser, ASID
Ken Wilson, Perkins + Will

The rapid changes in the way we work today have consequences on our physical and mental health, productivity, engagement, and retention. Through research, we now have an increased awareness of how our physical surroundings have a significant impact on our work, decisions, behaviors, and overall health and wellness. As we spend 93 percent of our time indoors, we should be mindful of the workplace design decisions we make in order to achieve human sustainability.

Using a case study of a newly designed association headquarters, hear from the visionary client, the designer, and the researcher on how to create a healthy workplace through design, research, office protocols, and workplace culture, with a chance to tour the office space located in downtown D.C.

Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the workplace environment’s effect on health and wellness
  • Review a case study (ASID headquarters in Washington, D.C.) from the design process to the final design
  • Apply LEED and WELL building design standards to create healthy workplaces
  • Design projects that incorporate research from multiple disciplines

AWC 2016 Sessions

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