Addressing design challenges and workplace well-being at the CTBUH Conference
Founder Moira Moser and Director Christine Bruckner focused on the critical design issues faced in tall building design in two presentations at the CTBUH Tall + Urban Innovation conference in Shenzhen on 10 April.
Tall building interiors - from now to the future
With examples from Citi Tower in Hong Kong and our ongoing Tencent project in the Qianhai district of Shenzhen, Ms Moser illustrated how designing the workplace to WELL certification criteria, as established by the International WELL Building Institute, can attract and support the innovative and creative staff that client organisations are seeking.
Going beyond the responsibility of the industry to design tall grade A structures for sustainability, she emphasised how the creation of workplace environments that meet international WELL standards starts with the architecture and engineering of the building itself. Such a holistic approach results in a work environment that effectively supports the health, well-being, and productivity of its occupants.
Urban habitat - single-site scale
Leading the Urban Habitat Award session, M Moser’s Dr Christine Bruckner reinforced our ongoing commitment to creating human-centric workplaces that improve people’s well-being and productivity by sharing some of our AIA-awarded spaces.
Celebrating the best in innovative tall buildings, urban spaces, building technologies and construction practices from all over the world, the CTBUH Tall + Urban Innovation Conference provided the opportunity for Ms Moser and Dr Bruckner to address one of the industry’s most pressing needs: designing workplace environments for the well-being of their occupants.