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Workplaces send subconscious signals: research How to leverage lessons from psychology to improve interior design

"Increasingly, people know that socialization is as important a work attribute as any other. By ‘seeing people’ — in both formal contexts, such as meetings, and informal contexts, such as the happy little interactions that happen in the corridor — people feel more connected to each other, strengthen the quality of their communications and collaborations, and are happier at their jobs."

"Designing multiple ways for people to visually share their work with others not only increases the chance that colleagues will see people and see ideal behaviours, but it also enables further connection to each other."

"It’s taken for granted, but most conventional environments create the conditions for sedentary work lives. Getting up, moving and using the physical body contributes substantially to happier, healthier, more productive work."

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