We’re Inspired by WELL and Well-Being [Infographic]

Environments at Work believes effective office spaces can inspire workers, improve overall wellness, and encourage comfort. Throughout the month of May, we've been exploring well-being and the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL), which aims to create healthier and greener buildings for those who inhabit them. WELL looks to maximize the human experience within the built environment, so … Continue reading We’re Inspired by WELL and Well-Being [Infographic]

Take it Outside

outdoor furniture environments at work

Outdoor work spaces are becoming more viable and legitimate since workers have greater mobility and can connect virtually anywhere via WiFi. Designing and creating an outdoor space as an extension to your indoor workplace enables employee choice in where one works. Unfortunately, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 93% of their … Continue reading Take it Outside

The Air Under There: Best Practices for Successful Raised Floor Installations

By David Atwood, General Manager at Integrated Interiors Raised flooring and underfloor air applications have quickly risen in popularity with the new demands of sustainable construction. With benefits tied into both its efficiency and indoor air quality (IAQ), modular construction of underfloor air applications will become a key differentiator for any general contractors familiar with … Continue reading The Air Under There: Best Practices for Successful Raised Floor Installations

Project Highlight: Lumenpulse

Environments at Work (EAW) partnered with Lumenpulse for its US headquarters relocation to Post Office Square in Boston. Founded in 2006, Lumenpulse is an innovative designer and manufacturer of LED lighting solutions...

How WELL are Your Buildings?

We live in a society where 90% of our time is spent indoors, and that time is beginning to drastically affect our health. The WELL Building Standard is a revolutionary new building system that looks to improve human health within built environments. According to the WELL Building Standard, the mission is to enrich “the way people live by developing space that enhance occupant health and quality of life.”