Christine Bruckner speaks at Living Future 20 health and wellness summit
Dr Christine Bruckner joined the International Living Future Institute’s Living Future 20 summit to discuss the importance of health and wellness in the workplace, featuring insights and design implementation strategies for re-entry, post-COVID-19.
The session focused on the following key themes:
- Designing spaces for people
- Evaluating buildings based on human needs
- Creating spaces to support physical health and mental wellbeing
- Empowering people and organisations through sustainable design
She opened, outlining the memorandum of commitment to work together towards a resilient livable, future, through the built environment. Exploring opportunities to empower employees, helping them to reach and exceed their full potential, she highlighted practical design ideas for a healthy mind and environment. Showcasing M Moser’s global “living labs” as ever-evolving spaces for experimentation and adaption, she also shared how the business has been supporting clients during the global pandemic
Incorporating biophilia and nature, maximising daylight, versatility, movement, Bruckner shared a broad range of M Moser projects including Titan, GTB and more, that support health, wellness and resiliency.
Considering the workplace after COVID-19, Bruckner emphasised the importance of measurement and metrics, enabling incremental improvements on return to the workplace. She also shared details of M Moser’s re-entry task force, enabling clients to return to the workplace safely through a variety of design solutions.