James Roddy of Smart PNW stops by to talk about motorized window treatments and how they've been drastically improving the comfort and energy efficiency of homes in the Pacific Northwest.
On this episode of the DesignWell podcast Greg Bleier and Terri Robinson of Studio UNLTD stop by to discuss holistic spaces in hospitality.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.