Why do some nice places sit empty
while others draw people together?
Even within a successful venue, some areas of a cafe, for instance, are always full and others seem to be avoided. This dynamic plays out again and again across a wide range of space types. Venues not used at the level or for the intended purpose can have financially devastating consequences for the organization.
With this, it is critical to understand the design of places – either negatively or positively – affect people’s behavior as well as health and well-being. For example, facility design can affect how long customers linger, whether or not they socially engage while they are there, and a host of other aspects.
Led by Dr. Campbell, one of the foremost experts in design and building for seniors, Building Design Research Solutions works to inform optimal building and community design to help support organizational goals and overcome challenges.
So how does that work?
Organizations work with Building Design Research Solutions to pinpoint goals and challenges. These may include a wide variety of issues such as needing to:
- turn a commercial place into a well-loved hangout
- revive under-utilized spaces
- generate more word of mouth recommendations
- increase customer loyalty
- avoid building wasted square footage
- create seating layouts that appeal to customers (and you
aren't left with the booths filled and a bunch of empty tables).
Once goals and challenges are identified, Building Design Research Solutions uses research to understand the problem and develop a plan to help meet your organization's needs.
To set an appointment to discuss what your organization would like to accomplish, email Building Design Research solutions at......