Melina Forooraghi

Doctoral Student at Building Technology

Melina's research focuses on the relationship between health and the built environment, drawing on a health approach called salutogenesis. More specifically, her research addresses how office design can promote employee health and wellbeing, by studying factors of the built environment that makes us healthy rather than those leading to disease and illness.

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Showing 6 publications

2020

Health and Office Architecture

Melina Forooraghi
Licentiate thesis
2020

Scoping review of health in office design approaches

Melina Forooraghi, Elke Miedema, Nina Ryd et al
Journal of Corporate Real Estate. Vol. 22 (2), p. 155-180
Review article
2019

Health & wellbeing in offices - A study of literature on the Nordic perspective

Melina Forooraghi, Holger Wallbaum, Nina Ryd
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. Vol. 297
Paper in proceeding
2019

Exploring Office Design Approaches in Relation to Health and Wellbeing: A Scoping Review

Melina Forooraghi, Holger Wallbaum, Nina Ryd
S.ARCH 2019, p. 181-195
Paper in proceeding
2019

SSO User Insight Toolbox for employees’ health, well-being and productivity

Quan Jin, Holger Wallbaum, Ulrike Rahe et al
REHVA Journal . Vol. 56 (6), p. 58-63
Magazine article
2017

Smart and Sustainable Offices (SSO). Showcasing a holistic approach to realise the next generation offices

Antonio Cobaleda Cordero, Ulrike Rahe, Holger Wallbaum et al
Informes de la Construccion. Vol. 69 (548), p. 1-10
Journal article

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Showing 2 research projects

2014–2019

Climate-KIC Building Technologies Accelerator – Smart Sustainable Offices (SSO)

Holger Wallbaum Building Technology
Antonio Cobaleda Cordero Product Development
Ulrike Rahe Design and Human Factors
Quan Jin Building Technology
Melina Forooraghi Building Technology
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

2014–2016

Home Energy Management (HEM)

Ulrike Rahe Design and Human Factors
Melina Forooraghi Building Technology
Paula Femenias Building Design
Anneli Selvefors Design and Human Factors
York Ostermeyer Building Technology
Shea Hagy Building Technology
Jesper Knutsson Water Environment Technology
Christian Marx Building Technology
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT)

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