30 min

The Science Behind Healthy Buildings with Emily Anthes Shared Space

    • Design

Emily Anthes is an award-winning science journalist and author whose work has appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Atlantic Wired, Nature, to name a few. Emily has a master's degree in science writing from MIT and a bachelor's degree in the history of science and medicine from Yale, where she also studied creative writing. Emily lives in Brooklyn, New York.

In this episode, we discuss...

Introduction [0:30]

Earliest Memory of Architecture's Impact [02:10]

How Emily Started Writing the Book [03:13]

Link Between Public Health and the Built Environment Then, and Now [04:52]

How Did Our Cities Get These Designs? [09:17]

Shifting the Balance Back [11:50]

Path to a More Inclusive and Universal Design [14:03]

Why Did the Open Office Design Backfire? [18:08]

It's all Just in Good Design [22:13]

Bringing in More Permeability [24:44]

Climate Resilience and The Social Fabric [25:33]

Amphibious Housing [27:11]

Top Recommendation to Design for Connection [27:50]

Final Message [29:24]

Where to Find Emily Anthes

Website: http://emilyanthes.com/

Twitter: @EmilyAnthes

Newsletter: https://emilyanthes.carrd.co/

Resources Mentioned

The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness by Emily Anthes

Amphibious Housing: An Innovative Approach to Seasonal Flood Mitigation for Vulnerable First Nations Communities by Ropel-Morski, Zachary, Elizabeth English, and Scott Turner

About the Host

Erin is an architect and design researcher bridging the gap between research and practice with a focus on design for health. She believes in the power of places to heal, connect, and serve vulnerable people — from hospital patients and staff, to people struggling with social isolation and mental health challenges. Erin is driven by a commitment to help others and the joy of working together to solve complex problems with shared purpose.

Website: www.erinpeavey.com 

Twitter: @erin_peavey

LinkedIn: Erin K. Peavey

Instagram: @design.for.health 


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Emily Anthes is an award-winning science journalist and author whose work has appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Atlantic Wired, Nature, to name a few. Emily has a master's degree in science writing from MIT and a bachelor's degree in the history of science and medicine from Yale, where she also studied creative writing. Emily lives in Brooklyn, New York.

In this episode, we discuss...

Introduction [0:30]

Earliest Memory of Architecture's Impact [02:10]

How Emily Started Writing the Book [03:13]

Link Between Public Health and the Built Environment Then, and Now [04:52]

How Did Our Cities Get These Designs? [09:17]

Shifting the Balance Back [11:50]

Path to a More Inclusive and Universal Design [14:03]

Why Did the Open Office Design Backfire? [18:08]

It's all Just in Good Design [22:13]

Bringing in More Permeability [24:44]

Climate Resilience and The Social Fabric [25:33]

Amphibious Housing [27:11]

Top Recommendation to Design for Connection [27:50]

Final Message [29:24]

Where to Find Emily Anthes

Website: http://emilyanthes.com/

Twitter: @EmilyAnthes

Newsletter: https://emilyanthes.carrd.co/

Resources Mentioned

The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness by Emily Anthes

Amphibious Housing: An Innovative Approach to Seasonal Flood Mitigation for Vulnerable First Nations Communities by Ropel-Morski, Zachary, Elizabeth English, and Scott Turner

About the Host

Erin is an architect and design researcher bridging the gap between research and practice with a focus on design for health. She believes in the power of places to heal, connect, and serve vulnerable people — from hospital patients and staff, to people struggling with social isolation and mental health challenges. Erin is driven by a commitment to help others and the joy of working together to solve complex problems with shared purpose.

Website: www.erinpeavey.com 

Twitter: @erin_peavey

LinkedIn: Erin K. Peavey

Instagram: @design.for.health 


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/erinpeavey/message

30 min