How does your organization measure health and human performance? Well, the answer might vary depending on who you ask, but new tools and methods are taking a more comprehensive and objective approach to the study. More
Healthy by Design
American Builders Quarterly highlights our expertise on developing wellness-oriented solutions for today’s ever-evolving office space. Building upon research that shows healthy workers are more productive, Leigh Stringer, workplace research and strategy expert at EYP Architecture & Engineering, is exploring new gateways toward financial and personal well-being.Workplace Strategy
Promoting Patient and Practitioner Health
Our evidence-based design approach, including partnerships with organizations like Planetree, had led to a growing awareness of the link between design and well-being. In this article from Medical Construction & Design, Lead Designer Tushar Gupta and Research Director Laurie Waggener provide snapshots of some recent projects and features that address these issues.Healthcare Design Research Well-Being
The Planetree philosophy filters all design decisions through three focused lenses – Empowerment, Dignity and Compassion. Embracing this human-centered approach helps hospitals reimagine the healing experience and negotiate the challenges of the rapidly changing healthcare arena. More
New York University
Creative learning models bring students together across programs so they can learn to efficiently work together as a team to optimize patient care.Collaborative Space Advancing Mission
DC Department of Behavioral Health
Advancing a 150-year legacy, the design unobtrusively balances requirements for security and observation with privacy and respect.
Closing one of two campuses focused resources on enhancing the collegiate experience.
University at Albany
The flagship facility of the bioscience park collocates academic, industry, and government researchers.