Stand Up to Work is an original study designed to assess the health impact of newly introduced adjustable workstations in a traditional office environment. We intend to assess the sustainability of behavioral changes that may be induced by the intervention. Funders: ASID
Using a number of physical and digital tools, the design team for the University Crossing Atrium at the University of Massachussetts at Lowell explored how daylight can be efficiently directed down into a space. This case study documents the team’s research methodology, design strategies and technical concepts for executing the work as well as general conclusions on the benefits of the collaborative process.
Paul Zaferiou (Lam Partners),
Kera Lagios (Lam Partners)
British Technology Innovation Centers each focus on a particular research theme that, though specialized, has relevance across a wide range of industries. They promote faster and more effective translation of laboratory discoveries into products and processes for commercialization.
This study reviews literature and research associated with characteristics of well-designed interiors for healthcare, commercial and educational market sectors, focusing on strategies that improve productivity, health and well-being of occupants.
Carolyn Baross (Perkins+Will),
Sonya Dufner (Gensler)
This study illustrates how occupant behavior in commercial office spaces can influence building energy performance and reduce energy consumption.