Researchers from the University of Toronto are investigating how building, common area and classroom and office features on campus impact graduate studen comfort and wellbeing.
Research exploring the impact of multi-unit residential buildings and office buildings on inhabitant wellbeing
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Lach, N., McDonald, S., Coleman, S., Touchie, M.F., Robinson, J., Morgan, G., Poland, B., Jakubiec, A. “Community Wellbeing in the Built Environment: Towards a Relational Building Assessment,” Cities and Health. (2022) doi:10.1080/23748834.2022.2097827