The objective is to explore new ways of designing workspace from the perspective of psychological impact.  Based on the Healthy Workplaces Model, we have identified a set of seven psychological drivers of worker need satisfaction which underlie worker well-being.  They are equity, connection, safety, flexibility, predictability, comfort and privacy.  We will collect qualitative data regarding environmental design features reflecting these drivers which will promote positive psychological states.  The investigators will conduct interviews and focus groups with different groups of subject matter experts (e.g., students, architects, designers, and office workers) to learn how they would design workspaces if they wanted to achieve one or more of these seven drivers  of positive psychological states. The outcome of this research is a collection of architectural drawings of spaces and workspace layouts, designed from the perspective of creating a specific psychological impact.  Subsequently, we intend to confirm and validate that these designs have the intended psychological impact and contribute to worker well-being.