Dead Lobby Syndrome: An Affliction Only Experience Can Cure

Dead Lobby Syndrome: An Affliction Only Experience Can Cure

Think about the building where you go to work every day.  Are you inspired when you walk in the front door?  Are you enticed to explore or investigate?  Is there a place to stop and spend time with a friend or colleague?  If pressed, could you even describe what the space looks like? If any of these questions left you wondering, your building may have Dead Lobby Syndrome.

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Applying Urban Design Principles to Interior Public Spaces

Applying Urban Design Principles to Interior Public Spaces

Urban planners have known for a long time that creating an active and vibrant public space for a city will attract people.  The same people are creating a demand for an extension of that public realm into their office buildings.

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The Role of Dynamic Glazing in Driving Health, Wellness and Energy-Efficient Buildings

The Role of Dynamic Glazing in Driving Health, Wellness and Energy-Efficient Buildings

When an estimated 90 percent of our lives are spent indoors, and 40 to 50 hours are spent in the office weekly, human productivity and comfort are brought to the forefront. A simple window can have a huge impact on how we work.

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