Farrow Featured in New Wood Research Book

Farrow’s use of wood in buildings is featured in the new research paper “Wood, Well-being and Performance: The Human and Organizational Benefits of Wood Buildings” by Graham Lowe.

“Mounting evidence points to health and well-being benefits of wood interiors in schools and hospitals. Wood in healthcare settings has restorative properties, resulting in improved patient recovery. In school classrooms with wood interiors, students experience less stress and better learning outcomes. These findings reinforce the more general understanding that humans thrive in natural settings.”

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