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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.

Connect with me to start a conversation ➔ B. Sanborn, Design Research Leader


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