The pandemic has reinforced the importance of taking common-sense measures to protect indoor air quality and integrate healthy building design into building codes and projects. Review the rating systems and certifications already available to help guide the design and construction of buildings that support occupant health, whether during a pandemic or not.
JSR's Jane Rohde is no stranger to us here at i+s. Listen in to this episode as Jane explains how care models and improvements in the senior living market are at a tipping point due to the pandemic, which is driving change for the better.
Royce Epstein and Rami Vagal offer their insights into the role that carpet and flooring can play in protecting the health of people and the planet in the COVID era, as well as the inspiration behind their new collections.
The i+s eBookshelf is a digital library of the latest guidelines for designing commercial buildings. These eHandbooks feature information from some of the industry’s most trusted sources and suppliers covering a range of topics and markets.
Suzanne Nicholson of MEYER and ONE Global Design talks with Chief Content Director Robert Nieminen about a recent survey ONE Global Design conducted to find out how the work-from-home experience is impacting designers and considerations for implementing return to work strategies.
From outdoor seating to open-kitchen layouts, Wilson Associates’ Michael Lawless and Keiko Matsumoto discuss the creative concepts designers are utilizing to help aid a smooth transition to a “new normal” for dining out.