• Read
  • Publish
  • About

Deprecated: AviaHelper::multi_value_result is deprecated since version 4.8! Use AviaHelper::multi_value_result_lockable instead. in /nas/content/live/tadlive/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4861

Read

Explore current and past TAD issues and related content.

Current Issue

Learn more about our current issue

Past Issues

Browse our compilation of past issues

Extras

Webinars, videos, articles and more

Publish

View submission guidelines, learn more about our review process and find helpful recommendations for publishing work in TAD Journal.

Call for Papers

Submit work for our next issue

Author Guide

Explore editorial tips and recommendations

About

TAD Journal is a peer-­reviewed international journal dedicated to the advancement of scholarship in the field of building technology and its translation, integration, and impact on architecture and design.

Our Mission

Learn more about our vision and values

Editorial Board

Meet the minds bringing our mission to life

Advisory Board

Meet the experts shaping TAD’s future

Issue 3.2

Enhancing Workplace Design through Advanced Floor Plates Analytics

Organizations increasingly value their workplaces as important to their success through stimulating collaboration and innovation, enhancing morale and engagement, and supporting health and wellness. This paper introduces methods Zaha Hadid Architects developed using in-house algorithmic floor plate analytics tools to measure the potential impact of design decisions on occupant experience. These tools support and guide design teams, not only by simulating the effectiveness of design proposals, but also by assisting in the development of multiple design options and their rapid evaluation. This essay outlines how these tools provide invaluable insights into how subtle changes in spatial design influence productivity, wellness, and collaboration. This allows the development of better office floor plates and space plans that more closely match multiple criteria early in the design process, resulting in buildings that can suit a diversity of individuals’ needs more than ever before.

Read Full Article (ACSA Member) Read Full Article (Non-member)