Designing for Mind, Body and Spirit

Focus Area Wellness

Two types of workspaces in an open area in front of a floor to ceiling three-sided glass space with views of the city beyond.

Human health is economic health

The practice of interior design is not limited to functional and aesthetic drivers. Recent studies of the human brain have shown that our surroundings can influence our moods and mental health as well as our physical comfort. We design interiors to create healthy, welcoming, and comfortable spaces that encourage productivity and positivity, and in turn generate economic benefits.

At Page every member of our team approaches a project from the perspective of fully integrated interior architecture and interior design, including furnishings, art and accessories. Adding to that broad range of expertise, we are rigorous about working closely with the building designers to ensure that the exterior also supports how the building functions inside. We share insights into floor plate height, sizing and positioning of windows, discuss healthy ventilation systems, location of mechanicals infrastructure and vertical connections throughout the building among other elements. All of these have proven, quantifiable benefits on occupant happiness.

The interior layout and flow of spaces play a huge role in how space is perceived and in how variety and efficiency are achieved. We capitalize on views of nature, harness daylight to enhance brain health, optimize HVAC systems to improve indoor air quality and select materials with low VOC emissions for long-term wellness. Our FFE specialists develop ergonomic furniture solutions, functional fixtures, and complementary art programs that resonate with our client's culture, energy and the story they have to tell.


  • Architecture
  • Branding / Graphics
  • Building Sciences
  • Corporate / Commercial
  • Interiors
  • Housing / Hospitality

Creating an on-demand work environment

Known for designing each location to reflect regional culture, national pro-working company FIRMSPACE is also committed to providing members with a sanctuary that offers security, privacy and world-class service with the peace of mind traditionally associated with professional corporate offices. By offering a range of features from private workspaces to state-of-the-art conference rooms, professional support service and client-curated reception areas, FIRMSPACE offers an extension to individual business owners’ spaces.

Open space and private workspaces behind translucent glass are shown in a single view
© Peter Molick
Woman on skyscraper balcony talks on the phone while another works on her laptop at a counter adjacent to the window
© Raul J. Garcia
Woman at a communal kitchen counter with a large island and booth style seating
© Peter Molick

Offering more than location, location, location

Page supports a variety of pre-eminent multifamily companies in the U.S. As market pressures consistently increase to “up the game” by providing worry-free, high-value living experiences, we help meet resident desires for amenities that exceed standard expectations. Our designs are geared toward regional lifestyles, such as bicycle or kayak storage rooms, co-working spaces with a hospitality feel and high-speed internet, smart home features and more. We are a trusted partner in creating memorable amenity experiences and model apartments that stand out, both in person and on the rapidly-evolving online leasing world.

Woman in a private poolside cabana pets her dog.
© Casey Dunn Photography
Upper level interior walkway with horizontal metal rail slats passes by a two-story wood block accent wall.
Covered Bridge by AMLI © Casey Dunn Photography
Kitchen with energy saving appliances, high ceilings and two women talking while a third works on a laptop at the island
Riverside by AMLI © Plavidal Photography

A multifamily location in the Texas Hill Country features locally crafted elements such as painted shiplap, end cut cedar walls framed in steel and oversized pocket doors. Commissioned photography that captures the yearlong process of winemaking tells a distinctly local story. An urban location features a dual lounge/lap pool and yet another has dog-friendly private poolside cabanas. Fitness centers in Sunbelt locations leverage daylighting to motivate residents to work out.

Bedroom of a model apartment unit designed by Page with bright colors that reflect the heritage of East Austin.
Mueller by AMLI © Casey Dunn Photography
A woman lounges in hanging egg chairs on an artificial turf lawn in a recreational space next to lowrise apartment buildings
Mueller by AMLI © Casey Dunn Photography

Creating a real-life example to show our clients

Every Page office is customized to fit its local needs and our Denver office is one of the most recent examples. Our newly imagined space on the top floor of the Republic Plaza skyscraper integrated our approach to workplace in every element, including a 270-degree view of the magical Rocky Mountains. Key to our design was leveraging daylighting, planning for growth, prioritizing flexibility in our floor plan and integrating healthy materials and acoustics. Our clients can see for themselves how well our space works, and visit our Materials Library to view finish options for their own projects.

The entrance to the Page Denver office is an expansive lobby space with floor to ceiling views of the Rocky Mountains
© Caleb Tkach
Employees work in low-wall cubicles with transparent glass toppers to create the sense of an open layout
© Caleb Tkach

The layout facilitates collaboration and provides more intimacy by organizing teams in quads, outfitting them with healthy sit-stand desks. Additional collaboration areas and smaller breakout spaces are also available for individual heads-down work. Integrating technology into our office was another priority, and we have a dedicated area for virtual reality equipment and demonstrations.

A man demonstrates the use of virtual reality technology in a meeting
© Page

Translating the value of design into dollars



Creating happy places for people

“Factors that are essential to the design and impact occupant productivity and well-being include access to daylight and views to the outside. People crave connection with their surroundings and the ability to see views of a mountain range or even just the hustle and bustle of a nearby street contributes to their happiness and comfort.”

Kelli Falardo CID, CHID

Page Senior Associate / Senior Interior Designer