What Colour Is Your Building Information Paper 33:  Productivity in Office Buildings

What Colour Is Your Building Information Paper 33: Productivity in Office Buildings

The book 'What Colour is Your Building?' makes reference to 36no. Information Papers prepared by Cundall. These contain technical details, additional data and/or research on specific topics that informed the content of the book. They may be updated over time.

This information paper summarises the findings from a selection of building case studies and research papers related to productivity. The reader can make their own mind up whether the link between building design and productivity is proven, and what financial benefit, if any, might be incorporated into a business case.

Go to resource

* * * * (1)Report a broken link

Comments

Please Log In or Sign Up to rate this resource or make a comment.

Monday, 3rd March 2014

Ben Hopkins, Bennetts Associates

In a similar way to the World Green Building Council’s Business Case for Green Buildings, this information paper brings together and summarises a number of the studies showing productivity and retention gains attributable to better environmental design within commercial buildings. A worthwhile read for clients, client advisors and designers.

Reply

Monday, 3rd March 2014

Ben Hopkins, Bennetts Associates

In a similar way to the World Green Building Council’s Business Case for Green Buildings, this information paper brings together and summarises a number of the studies showing productivity and retention gains attributable to better environmental design within commercial buildings. A worthwhile read for clients, client advisors and designers.

Reply

Our Sponsors

Ecobuild Marks and Spencer Mitsubishi Electrica Wates foundation