As the leader in the industry, Ambius believes that to enable people to thrive in the built enviornment we must continue to build the connection of these enriched experiences through research and innovation. Our experts engage in colloborative projects throughout the world to develop relevant research that can be shared with our colleagues, customers, and the wider public through published white papers and reports.
These publications that are designed to stimulate thought and provide useful knowledge of particular interest to specifiers, architects, designers, senior executives, journalists, educators, and professional associations.
White papers available to download
Plants in Green Buildings.An in-depth report about how interior landscaping can, and should, be used as part of a green building management system in new and existing buildings. Read about how plants contribute to the indoor environment by improving air quality, reducing noise and regulating temperature and humidity.
Enrich the office and engage your staff: why lean is mean. The improvement of the effectiveness of the work place is something that every organization desires. Often, such improvements are obtained through costly and time-consuming changes in work place design and the adoption of new space management theories. Fortunately, recent academic research has given us some cost-effective new tools to help make work spaces more humane, effective and productive - at all levels in an organization. Find out how you can make your work place more effective.
Health, happiness and higher returns. How engaging older adults in the design of their own space brings rewards to residents, carers and care home operators. Many of us in the western world will end our lives in a care home. We hope and expect it to be a place where we will feel safe, comfortable and cared-for and we will probably live in accommodation that has more in common with a hotel than a hospital. However, can a hotel ever be a home? More information can be found in the third in our series of Ambius White Papers.
Nature-inspired interior landscaping. How to promote well-being in buildings by using the principles of biophilia in interior landscape design. The future will belong to the nature-smart — those individuals, families, businesses and political leaders who develop a deeper understanding of the transformative power of the natural world and who balance the virtual with the real. The more high-tech we become, the more nature we need.