Seymour Architecture have continued investment in research and development aligning ourselves with the latest approaches, with an in depth knowledge and understanding of how aspects of built environment, internal environment quality and working methods.
Our research and development influences a holistic design approach across all sectors , which is centred on human factors, responding to both the physical and psychological needs of client, stakeholder and user.
The effect that buildings have on the wellbeing of occupants is of particularly interested. Beginning with collaboration between professionals working within the field of Environmental Psychology and those that design it, wellbeing is now at forefront of the design process and recognises the relationship and interplay between users and the built environments they inhabit.
As members of the British Council for Offices (BCO) we always strive to keep abreast of developing movements that influence design and delivery. With the movement for greater wellbeing and productivity key driving forces behind the transformation of working practices to become more agile and flexible with more space for creativity and collaboration.