1) Fresh air brings fresh perspectives
When you’re tired of staring at the same four walls, working outside engages different senses and activates different parts of the brain. Being outdoors can help put you in a different mindset, which is sometimes just what’s needed to solve a tough problem or uncover something you may have previously missed.
2) Nature boosts creativity
Creativity comes from a willingness to accept new ideas and the ability to see things in a new light…in this case, sunlight! Being outdoors helps with inspiration and can help overcome creative blocks. When we come together in nature, it boosts creativity and innovation allowing ideas to flow freely.
3) It’s good for the soul and for business
Spaces like courtyards, patios and other outdoor environments enhance wellbeing by reviving our spirt, helping us to reduce stress and anxiety. These spaces create positive emotional experiences for people, which can enhance productivity and employee morale.