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Sustainable workplace design, new educational facilities and an interview with dwp's Jorge Ortega

Q1 – 2022

How can we make better workplaces for people and what does sustainable design mean for workplaces?
by Adriana Graur and Neil Carter dwp | design worldwide partnership

A sustainable workplace is only possible through a holistic approach to well-being and the natural environment and this requires design input. For most people, today’s work environment isn’t defined by physical walls, however buildings can play a role in people’s health, and well-being has never been more essential. Sustainable workplaces are characterised by healthy habits, sense of community and increased employee productivity by creating a safe, happy and diverse environment.

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dwp architects deliver new Nihon University Campus Newcastle NSW

The design of learning environments is a major focus for dwp with a team of specialists who lead projects for educational facilities.  The new Nihon University Campus in Australia, delivered by dwp in collaboration with Azusa Sekkei, is the latest example.

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Interview with dwp’s Jorge Ortega

Jorge is Design Director in dwp Melbourne studio. He was born in Mexico, studied in the US and UK, with a masters degree from the Architectural Association, London. He previously worked with Zaha Hadid Architects, Foster & Partners and Aedas. Jorge has been living in Australia with his family for many years and he answers questions on design, his interests and how he can help.

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