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IWBI Membership Continues to Grow

Leaders across the globe join forces to improve health and well-being for all
Press Release

NEW YORK, May 2, 2019 /3BL Media/ – The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) continues to grow its recently launched membership program for leaders who want to accelerate the adoption of a worldwide culture of health and well-being, adding a number of global leaders to its already impressive roster.  The program is designed to be a platform for collaboration that allows for deeper engagement and broader reach for companies excited by the evidence that shows how the places and spaces we occupy every day can help people thrive.

Futurebuild Does Well Announcing New Strategic Partner for 2019

IWBI, Milliken and Herman Miller unite at Futurebuild 2019 to demonstrate the power of design with purpose
Press Release

LONDON, February 15, 2019 /3BL Media/ -- Futurebuild is solidifying its commitment to putting well-being at the heart of buildings and communities by announcing the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) as a strategic partner for 2019.

With IWBI as a strategic partner of Futurebuild and headline partner of the new-for-2019 Interiors Hub, the importance of designing for health and well-being will be central to the agenda, showcasing the latest research, case studies and practical design guidance.

IWBI Celebrates Crossing the 1,000th WELL Registered Project Mark

New projects in all corners of the globe reflect significant momentum for WELL buildings, interiors and communities that help people thrive
Press Release

The WELL Building Standard™ (WELL™) has marked a new milestone, crossing the 1,000 mark for projects that have enrolled in this premier global program that advances people’s health and well-being through better buildings and communities.

The distinction of being 1,000th to register for WELL is shared by two projects in the capital city of Germany.

Health and Wellness: One of the Cornerstones of Green Buildings

Blog

By Anna Suarez and Nicole Muñoz

Architects, designers, and contractors are now commonly engaged in new construction, renovation and redesign projects intended to have smallest environmental and climate footprint possible. The factors that contribute to “green buildings” are fairly intuitive: energy efficiency and alternative energy sources, reduced water consumption, utilization of recycled materials, and low-emitting building materials and maintenance products. Building codes, owner specifications, and market demand are driving this trend around the world.

Well Buildings Are Becoming More Than A Fad As Benefits Get Easier To Measure

Mike Phillips, Bisnow London
Article

An example is a study undertaken by CBRE in conjunction with the University of Twente in the Netherlands. The study found that providing healthy alternatives to sugary food and drinks improved productivity by 45%; schemes to provide mental balance like meditation and yoga improved productivity by 30%; introducing circadian lighting, which mirrors the waxing and waning of natural daylight, improved productivity by 12%.

Citi Tower, Hong Kong Achieves Sustainability and Wellbeing First

by Michael Smith
Blog

Citigroup’s new One Bay East office, located in the heart of the Kowloon financial district, has become Hong Kong’s first LEED Platinum and WELL Silver Pre-Certified space.

Since first advising the bank on the acquisition of the tower for a record $700 million in 2014, CBRE have provided project and change management at the tower to deliver the most highly certified building in Hong Kong.

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