wellness

Healthy Offices: Why Wellness is the New Green

This isn’t an easy call to make because all of our books are very special and become industry guides, downloaded over and over, but I’m sure our Healthy Offices book…

investa offices

Why Investa is going long on wellness

Investa is spreading the wellness offering for tenants far beyond its WELL-certified properties, to A and B grade buildings, with the launch of a major tenant health and wellbeing program.

Future office trends: wellness, urban farms and no cars

Only 16 per cent of workers expect they’ll be driving themselves to work in 2030, according to new research by real estate services firm JLL, opening the door to widespread adaptive reuse of basement car parking, which could see urban farms sprout up all over cities.

Kellie Payne, The Fifth Estate event

The five factors of workplace wellbeing

Bates Smart studio director Kellie Payne recently spoke at The Fifth Estate’s Bring Your Office to Life event in Brisbane on the factors needed for a healthy, sustainable and productive workplace.

Wellness-focused high-rise taps into opportunities from overwork

Wellness-focused high-rise taps into opportunities from overwork

The increasingly demanding working week is taking its toll on people. For residential architects and designers, this means creating spaces for workers to come home to places that genuinely promote wellness and social connection.