A Flexible and Colourful Workplace
WELL Europe 2020 Q2 Report
COVID cann't stop the Healthy Building Movement. 4 new Buildings have been WELL Certified in 2020 Q2.
Congratulations to UK, Ireland, The Netherlands and Spain on the new WELL Certified Buildings!
"As people begin to head back to work, flexible workspace provider, Iconic Offices has announced the major changes they are making to their spaces to ensure a safer return to work for their staff and clients. (...)
Furthermore , Iconic Offices announced today that their state-of-the-art flexible workspace location, The Lennox Building, has been formally awarded the prestigious *WELL v2 Certification by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), the world’s leading certification body for healthy buildings. (...)
Founder & CEO, Joe McGinley said of the announcement:
“When we designed The Lennox Building, we made a commitment to wellness as a core part of the design, and it’s great to see all the hard work come to fruition. Receiving the official WELL Certification by the IWBI, now more than ever, underpins our vision to create safer and healthier working environments for our members. There is a greater emphasis on well-being generally and this certification further supports Iconic Offices commitment in this regard.” (2)
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) help organisations around the world solve some of their greatest challenges through the power of digital technology.
"The 5th Floor, Northcliffe House provides TCS with highly efficient and spacious accommodation capable of a high level user occupation. The space has been designed to provide excellent natural and artificial lighting. (...)
TCS has used the WELL Building assessment methodology to design and harness the built environment as a vehicle to support human health, wellbeing and comfort. WELL spaces can help improve the nutrition, fitness, mood, sleep patterns and performance of its occupants, which are achieved in part by implementing strategies, programmes and technologies designed to encourage healthier, more active lifestyles and reducing occupant exposure to harmful chemicals and pollutants." (3)