Health and Well-Being Academy
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Designing for health and well-being is no longer a “nice to have.” It’s a must, especially in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. Architects and designers are recognizing the many advantages to incorporating strategies that support health, wellness and comfort in the built environment, and are prioritizing the creation of spaces that optimize quality of life for building occupants, visitors and the community at large.

Academy Courses
Designing Breathable Interiors: Enhancing Health and Wellness Through Indoor Air Quality
Addressing the impacts of indoor air quality (IAQ) on occupants’ well-being and the creative ways ...
Hearing the Future
The role of stone wool acoustical tiles for innovative IEQ design
Blueprint for Wellness: Building for Good Health
Incorporating healthy building and sustainable practices is at the heart of good design
Design at the Heart of Health and Well-Being
A broader approach to the buildings we live, work and play in can have long-term positive implicatio...
The Post-COVID Workplace
Rethinking the Office: Research can guide architects in designing for flexibility and creativity