White Papers for Senior Living Environment Planning and Design

  • Improving Indoor Air Quality with Air PurifiersBy

    The most effective way to improve your indoor air is to reduce sources of pollutants and to ventilate with clean outdoor air according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Using an air purifier, can help improve indoor air quality.
  • A Breath of Fresh AirBy

    Air is a portable Pop-Up park. Both communities and developers can work with Air to set up for a week or six months. While an array of retailers/brands are “built-in,” what makes Air unique is its invitation to local retailers, makers, farmers, entertainers and community groups to breathe life...
  • Occupant Comfort StudyBy

    Our own headquarters was built based on our Occupant Experience (OX) approach, serving as a living laboratory for the concepts that Saint‑Gobain Commercial Solutions Team promotes.
  • Keep Your Employees Safe: 7 Ways To Prepare For Workplace EmergenciesBy

    Millions of workplace injuries documented. This year's flu season the worst in nearly a decade. Dangerous perpetrators flooding headlines. Yet, statistics can’t prepare managers or employees for what to do when their workplace becomes a target for any type of critical issue. Crisis...
  • Advantages of Using Modular Acoustic in Corporate EnvironmentsBy

    Learn more about the benefits of using 5mm modular acoustic flooring in corporate applications.
  • Senior Living Design TrendsBy

    The traditional drab nursing home is no longer acceptable. A high level of care in a setting with the comforts of a home are now the benchmark.
  • PARADISE FOUND: SPECTACULAR BEAUTY AT FLORIDA’S THIRTY-ONE ON 30ABy

    One of the year’s most exciting reveals was Thirty-One on 30A, a remarkable beachside residence in pretty-as-a-postcard Seagrove, Florida. Rena Anderson, an interior designer at Barbara J Gordon Designs, takes us behind the design of this desirable coastal destination.
  • Boomers in Transition: What's Next In Unit Design?By

    AG Architecture has spearheaded an information gathering initiative via a 2018-2019 survey series in order to support the design of innovative senior living communities across the country. The focus is understanding the question everyone is asking right now — What do Boomers want? We know this...
  • Choosing Flooring for Healthcare EnvironmentsBy

    Choosing a health care floor... As long as the floor is clean and looks good, it’s OK for the patient…right? WRONG…this couldn’t be further from the truth.