The Psychological Application of Design

The Psychological Application of Design

September 2015

Creativity, innovation, collaboration and well-being are key behaviours that organisations are keen to promote. But, where does real estate fit in? How can occupiers create environments that foster growth and cater for change and innovation? Data overwhelmingly suggest that spartan, controlled offices are toxic in terms of business health and wealth. Enriched designs centering on the welfare of space users are better for both the people concerned and for the well-being and productivity of the organizations that employ them. However, far from being the office Gold Standard, widely promulgated expensive high design environments are third tier solutions at best.

Keywords: London Summit 2015, Occupiers, Wellbeing, Organizational, Productivity

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