With evidence-based-design strategies and a combined focus on combating the impacts of chronic disease AND infectious disease, our homes can be become places of solace and productivity, and serve to enhance our overall health and wellbeing.
Providing a robust structure to support mental health in the office will not only address fears and concerns about the future, but will also allow people to work efficiently, adapt to a new normal, and heal.
While discovering our similarities is a joy, I’ve come to realize that how we acknowledge and constructively surface our differences is just as important, if not more so.
The Albuquerque office of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is a living example of how sustainable design can support a restorative future while minimizing environmental impact.
Location Intelligence can greatly impact the quality of life of Senior Living residents while increasing efficiency and reducing costs.
Moving from a controlled office environment where everyone has access to the same tools, to an incredible diversity of home environments with varying bandwidth, distractions, and physical configurations requires honest communication in order to maintain equity amongst staff and minimize frustration.