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What if classrooms could feel more like natural environments, and help make us happier, more connected, and kinder learners and educators? What if returning to our roots, through connection to nature and biophilic elements, could redefine what learning spaces could be?
We are all anxious to hit the reset button and return to our previously scheduled lives, but it’s important to reflect on what the last twelve months have taught us.
Steve Day finds his passion in Seattle’s music scene
Quarantine has felt like an intercontinental flight without a concept of time, or reading a long book in a digital format… no indication of how much more lies ahead. Now, suddenly, here we are, nearing the predicted end
Any connection with nature, from looking out the window to lying in the grass, has positive psychological effects and benefits for each of us. The intensified stress we feel in the healthcare environment diminishes with increased access to healing nature.
What sets a strong brand apart is creative that not just resonates with us, but speaks purely, simply, and elegantly to our clients, our partners, and even our competitors.
And throughout all this ‘return to the office’ planning, we’ve been thinking about our people. How will they feel? What can we do to keep them safe and connected? Are there ways we can help reduce stress?
Borrowing from Abraham Maslow’s research, this outline presents a hierarchical guide we developed to help organizations reopen their doors and address the concerns, needs, and hopes for their employees in a post COVID-19 work environment.
Our One Workplace blog gives ideas on how to elevate the work experience by using new design, fabrication & construction methods to create places to collaborate, focus & inspire.