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Where do you sit at work?

As new daylight research emerges, a timeless workplace debate heats up: who gets the windows seat?


Over the past two years there has been a flurry of reports from the World Green Building Council, the International Well Building Institute and Human Spaces exploring the importance of our innate connection with natural elements. These reports bring together a wealth of academic research on how the presence of natural elements can promote health, wellbeing and productivity.

Out of these elements, daylight, has been found to be the number one wanted natural feature in the workplace. When you see the research findings, it’s easy to see why.


Read the full article at Eco-Business.