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Community, Greenery and Restaurant Design with Studio UNLTD

On this episode of the DesignWell podcast Greg Bleier and Terri Robinson of Studio UNLTD stop by to discuss holistic spaces in hospitality.
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The Value of Sustainable Landscaping in Architecture

Jessica Petro and Rick Clarke of Page's EYP talk the beauty of landscaping and its enduring role within modern architecture.
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Creating a Better Home Office with Humanscale

Johnathan Puleilo discusses the basics of ergonomics for creating better workspaces for hybrid and remote-work clients.
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Human Health and Lighting with Dr. Mariana Figueiro

Dr. Mariana Figueiro joins the podcast this episode to discuss best practices for circadian lighting while also exploring how you can start developing better lighting practices even without an extensive setup.
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Jon Contino on Rethinking Traditional Wellness Design

Jon Contino reflects on his work on a recent wellness project and speaks on the importance of branding in creating a unique and character-driven experience for wellness hospitality.
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Indoor Air Quality Trends and Best Practices with Wynd

The topic of air quality continues to be a hot issue discussed throughout indoor environments, and it's unlikely that it will stop any time soon. As Ray Wu, CEO of Wynd describes it, soon, indoor air quality will be monitored like we do with temperature in buildings, even if right now a lot of people are taking an all or nothing approach.
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Simplifying Architectural Audio with Juke Audio

Homeowners have grown to love the flexibility and simplicity of streaming apps through Bluetooth devices, and it's that experience that this week's guest, Colton Forth, sought to emulate in creating Juke Audio, a professional-grade, low-voltage amplifier that fits what used to require thirty pounds of equipment into a box the size of a book.
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Addressing Mental Health Needs in Workplace Design

Following the pandemic, the topic of mental health and wellbeing has never been more relevant. Hannah Hackathorn, senior principal at Unispace joins the podcast this episode to talk on how designers can tackle this issue through their own craft in commercial spaces.
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Making High-Impact Choices for Air Quality in Hospitality

Mark Schmidt, EVP of Sales for WellAir, stops by to discuss the company’s recent deal with Four Seasons to deploy a comprehensive air quality solution at its hotels.
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Circularity and the Future of Sustainability

Laurence Carr, designer and CEO of Laurence Carr Inc., talks on circularity within the design industry, why traditionally-viewed sustainability practices alone won't be able to address the current waste problem throughout the world, and how designers and manufacturers can begin to contribute to the circular economy through their own practices.
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Taking Mass Timber Architecture to New Heights

On this episode of the DesignWell Podcast, Nick Boever and Craig Applegath discuss new innovations in building for mass timber architecture.
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Unlocking the Power of Green Wall Acoustics with EzoBord

In exploring how natural structures can help build better building acoustics, Doug Barlett stops by to talk about the work one of his firms, Quiet Earth Moss, have been doing in the business of green wall acoustics.