Bruntwood Works, a UK-design firm, have developed what they believe to be the “most tech-enhanced workspace” in Manchester at 111 Piccadilly. The building’s innovative design creates a “smart” biophilia centered environment.
Using the concept of the “central nervous system,” where all functions and controls are interconnected, the building embraces “smart” biophilia. Features include a circadian lighting system with a sleep/wake schedule as well as greenery woven into the building’s design to improve customer and employee wellbeing.
“By collating real-life data about how and when the building is used we will be able to provide an even better customer experience, and ultimately create more efficient and sustainable workspaces,” Andrew Cooke, Bruntwood’s strategic director, explained in an interview with Business Desk.
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