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  • Is One Carter Lane Europe’s healthiest workplace?
  • Is One Carter Lane Europe’s healthiest workplace?
    TED Conference, Creative Commons (2017) ©

One Carter Lane: boosting wellbeing in the office

It might look like a regular office block from the outside, but One Carter Lane is more than just a place where people spend their nine-to-five. As the first building in Europe to gain WELL certification, the project was built from the ground up with the wellbeing of its future occupants in mind.

Location United Kingdom

The plain external appearance of London's One Carter Lane stands in stark contrast to the neighbouring majesty of St Paul’s Cathedral – and the interior is just as different. Upon entering, one will find a number of communal areas with low soft lighting, and plenty of natural materials like oaks and pine, with plants scattered around the area. But this isn’t a residential building – it’s an office.





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