Messaging Sustainability Outcomes in the Built Environment
Leveraging the built environment as an educational tool is a powerful way of establishing transparency around sustainability measures and their impacts. Neuroscience research shows that sustainable design is great for people’s mental and physical health – their wellbeing and cognitive performance – particularly when people know that they’re experiencing green design. In Research Design Connections, Principal and Design Research Leader B. Sanborn dives into three paths of communicating green design outcomes in the built environment: signage, symbolism, and digital displays.
Learn how our team is adding information about sustainability and wellness outcomes to the built environment in Research Design Connections.
Want to learn more about materials and sustainability? Explore our work addressing gaps in material transparency.
In the Media
Metropolis features Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Lighting Design
In a special feature in their July/August print edition, Metropolis highlights our work on New York's Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church.
DLR Group Partners with Chaffey College for new Library Learning Commons
Spaces4Learning recently shared the exciting news about the new Library Learning Commons at Chaffey College.
Lighting & Sound America Features Harry M. Cornell Arts & Entertainment Complex
LSA’s July issue highlights the innovative engineering and design of the Harry M. Cornell Arts & Entertainment Complex in Missouri.
VenuesNow Celebrates Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Centennial
VenuesNow highlights the tremendous design and renovation work done by DLR Group in their article celebrating the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum’s 100th anniversary.
University of Houston Shares Renderings for New Football Operations Center
University of Houston shares football operations center renderings during a celebration for the school’s entry into the Big 12 conference.
DLR Group Partners with Texas A&M on Academic Center
DLR Group is partnering with Hines for the first mass timber academic building at Texas A&M. The Aplin Center will be an immersive learning laboratory for new university programs in hospitality and retail studies.