This episode is just the tip of the iceberg in exploring “out of the box” ideas of what a new office design could offer. Would we be happier, more innovative, more creative and yes, even more productive? Join me as I chat with Samantha Sannella, Managing Director of Cushman Wakefield as we continue the conversation of this exciting paradigm shift.
It is my distinct pleasure to have a very special guest on the podcast today. Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani, Associate Vice Provost, at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani is internationally recognized for his advocacy of open education whose research is interested in democratising education for all.
In today’s episode, I’m honored to welcome Dr. June Francis to the Happitecture Podcast. Dr. Francis is an Associate Professor of Marketing, Co-Founder of The Co-Lab project, and special advisor to the president on Diaspora Research and Engagement, at SFU.
This month’s episode is part 2 of 2 of a conversation with architect Derek Lee, principal at PWL Partnership. Derek focuses on innovative place-making and urban design with a view to improving people’s overall health and quality of life.
In this episode, I’m, delighted to chat with my dear friend, mentor, bridge builder and change maker Amil Reddy.
This month’s episode is part 1 of 2 of a conversation with architect Derek Lee at the Olympic Village – one of his most popular projects. As a principal at PWL Partnership, Derek focuses on innovative place-making and urban design with a view to improving people’s overall health and quality of life.
In this episode, I sit down with Vancouver’s premier Feng Shui Master and Teacher Marlyna Los to discuss how Feng Shui can play an important role in how we plan communities and cities. Marlyna describes the energies of the City of Vancouver based on its particular geography.
In this episode, I sit down with facilitator and convener Jocelyn Macdougall to talk about how we engage organizations and communities to examine the systems we take for granted. How these systems, often designed to marginalize large groups in our community, can be challenged for the betterment of everyone.
In this very first episode of Happitecture, I discuss city planning initiatives with Senior Public Space Planner at the City of Vancouver – Danielle Wiley. We chat about the city’s mandate to design inclusive public spaces to advance healthy and inclusive public life.