In her radio show, Julie Rose from BYU radio speaks with CBE’s Lindsay Graham, Ph.D., about the psychology of home environments and the movement towards tiny houses.
In this article from the ASHRAE Journal Newsletter, Mary Kate McGowan writes about findings presented by CBE’s Joyce Kim from her study on predicting occupants’ thermal preferences.
As a speaker at the MIT Energy Initiative, Gail Brager reflects on approaches for improving the energy efficiency and comfort of buildings.
Chris Pyke from Aclima, a sensor network design team, recaps the takeaways from presenting on CBE’s Industry Advisory Board Conference about technology and the human experience.
CBE’s David Lehrer shares insight regarding the consequences of visual distractions on workplace productivity, in this WSJ article written by Sue Shellenbarger.
In an April seminar hosted by the MIT Energy Initiative, Gail Brager discussed her views that too many buildings harm the planet without properly serving their occupants, and described new ways to create buildings that improve both energy & comfort.
Chris McClurg writes an article for the High Performance Buildings magazine about the Rocky Mountain Institute Innovation Center (RMI). RMI has since received several accolades, including CBE’s 2018 Livable Buildings Award.
Molly Miller recaps several smart technology ventures involving Big Ass Solutions, including a project announced by CBE in October 2016 that will combine smart thermostats and energy-efficient ceiling fans.
Edward Arens is quoted in this article, written by The Atlantic‘s Sarah Zhang, that discusses the global sustainability of the thermal comfort norms that have been established in offices across the United States.
In this WSJ article written by Alina Dizik, David Lehrer talks about CBE’s research on the negative productivity that has arisen from open-plan office spaces.