Occupant health and well-being is more important than ever, especially given the fact that Americans, on average, are spending approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. As a result, building professionals are rethinking how we design, use and occupy buildings. COVID-19 is also changing the ways in which buildings are designed. For example, building teams are considering touchless entries, improved ventilation systems and design features that allow people to spread out with renewed interest. But the increased focus on beneficial spaces is not just on occupant safety; designers are looking for ways to simply improve the way people feel inside a building. This CEU explores architecture designed to improve the well-being of building occupants.