Designing for Cognitive and Sensory Wellbeing, written in collaboration with our knowledge partner Interface, investigates how we can design spaces to support diverse groups of people with a range of sensory thresholds to work and feel better – something that is ultimately going to be good for us and good for business.
What to expect in this report:
- Research revealing the costs of distraction
- What we mean by cognitive and sensory wellbeing
- The past and present workplace
- Bringing in biophilic design
- Designing with the senses in mind
- Strategies for both the hyper and hypo sensitive occupant
- Inspirational workplace case studies
Inside the guide
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