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Design for Wellbeing: AIA CA Climate Action Webinar Series

Design for Wellbeing: AIA CA Climate Action Webinar Series

Neal Matsuno, FAIA will be speaking on Wednesday, September 22 from 12:00-1:30pm for the “Design for Wellbeing” AIA CA Climate Action Webinar Series.

With the average American spending 90% of their time indoors, it is imperative that our buildings support human health and wellbeing. This session will outline the focus on health and wellness throughout the project design and operation of Washington University St. Louis [WUSTL’s] Hillman Hall. With the project as a new building for the Brown School of Social Work, social equity was at the core of the school’s values and vision to create positive social change. A healthy and high-performance environment benefits profitability, staff retention, and improves student performance, and should be considered from the earliest stages of design through operation.


Amy Eyler, Associate Professor at WUSTL

Neal Matsuno, Principal at Moore Ruble Yudell Architects and Planners