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September 16, 2020 - September 18, 2020

Mohonk Mountain House

1000 Mountain Rest Rd New Paltz, NY 12561

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Taking place in the historic Mohonk Mountain House in Upstate New York, Grounded by Design (GBD) will connect you with key decision makers in wellness and sustainability design, while leaving you feeling inspired and refreshed.

High-ROI Connections: Connect with interior designers / architects, owners / operators, and purchasing companies through 12 guaranteed one-to-one meetings and intimate networking events.

Education and Inspiration: Learn from industry leaders how you can provide new products and services that promote sustainability, wellness, and address occupant health.

Wellness and Entertainment: Through wellness-related activities, you will relax, connect with your team, and feel great in your mind and body. Events include nature walks, spa, live music, bonfires, yoga, and fitness.

Why does this matter?

The world is evolving rapidly to include the intersection of sustainability and
wellness at the core of building design.

We spend 90% of our time indoors. More and more, we are looking to be healthier
while in the indoor environment. Designers and architects are responding to meet this trend, developing spaces that prioritize the health of the occupants and meet emerging wellness standards.

Suppliers and building operators have to stay on top of the new technologies, systems, and building products that promote sustainability and address occupant health.

A number of markets are leading the charge in incorporating wellness and sustainability in their designs, including the following:

Commercial

Residential

Hospitality

Healthcare & senior living

Education & public services

Stats and figures:

• Healthy and sustainable construction is a trillion-dollar industry that is doubling every three years
• The global wellness economy is a $4.2 trillion market, growing ~13% p.a. since 2015
• Globally, green building projects expected to almost double from 2018 to 2021

Sources:
Global Wellness Institute, World Green Building Council, BisNow