As we are often reminded, we spend over 80% of our time indoors. The World Health Organization and the CDC have documented the negative impact on human health caused by unhealthy work environments. They call for action to enhance environmental, economic, and human health through the design of spaces. During this World Café session the facilitators will share a Neuro-Architectural process that disrupts assumptions about how to reshape the built environment. This unique combination of neuroscience, architecture and user experience studies is used to determine brain-based design principles and measure the impact of buildings on performance, creativity, and health itself. Simulations with brainwave and body sensors are now beginning to be used to identify the impact of design on memory, stress movement and outcomes, before the first brick is laid!