Next-generation buildings: wired for health and wellbeing

Author: Amy Brander

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2 October 2019

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Next-generation buildings: wired for health and wellbeing

The Structural Engineer
Next-generation buildings: wired for health and wellbeing
Date published

2 October 2019

Author

Amy Brander

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT

Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

Amy Brander

Amy Brander, winner of the Institution’s Pai Lin Li Travel Award in 2018, discusses her research into the WELL Building Standard and the potential to design buildings that prioritise the health and wellbeing of their occupants. Using examples from Sweden and Canada, Amy outlines design features that will impact on structural engineers and considers the challenges that these impose.

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PDF
Pages:
8
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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