Amazon’s New Spheres Are Built To Boost Employee Productivity
The human-centric buildings put people before form and function, and are aimed at creating a productive and functional workplace
Global architectural and design firm NBBJ partner Scott Wyatt believes that architecture can and should be transformative. The profound effect of design on people’s lives and habits is universal, and now that is being verified through modern neuroscience. Furthermore, Wyatt believes design is key in helping us create environments that enhance employee productivity and help people thrive. NBBJ’s latest project in downtown Seattle, the Amazon Spheres, follows this philosophy.
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