Saturday, February 11, 2017
The choices that interior designers make - from furniture fabric and finishes to window placement and access to daylight - have a huge impact on how we feel in the buildings where we spend our time each day. We connected with Randy Fiser, CEO of the American Society of Interior Designers, to get his take on the profound connection between interior design and creating WELL Certified spaces.
How did you get involved in the WELL building movement? What personal/professional significance does it have for you?
From a health and wellness perspective, what are some of the most inspiring or exciting trends you’re seeing in the corporate wellness/buildings industry?
WELL-registered, ASID Headquarters, Washington, DC, USA
What does the future of WELL and the healthy buildings movement look like, from your perspective?
How do you incorporate wellness into your life and routine? What does wellness mean to you?