Monday, November 08, 2021

Research shows garden offices better for working than other home offices

Further evidence should it be needed that shedworking from a garden office is the best way to work comes from a new study by psychogeographer and neuroscientist Colin Ellard - author of the book Places of the Heart: The Psychogeography of Everyday Life - for Forest Garden (their Xtend garden office model is pictured above). His research indicates that people improve their work focuss by 25% while working from a garden office compared to a home office, and were also a bit happier to boot.

“The garden environment scores well in all categories," said Ellard. "Participants feel the garden offices provides an escape from every day, it provides an absorbing and interesting environment, reduces average assessments of distraction by almost 50% compared to inside with the house and participants feel a modestly greater “fit” to the setting in the garden compared to the house.”


Monday posts are sponsored by eDEN Garden Rooms. Stunning, bespoke high quality garden rooms, to suit your unique space and style


No comments:

Post a Comment