The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Foundation awarded its fourth annual Transform Grant to study the impact of adjustable workstations on employee health and wellness. The research project site is Perkins+Will’s own 1315 Peachtree St office, and the subjects are employees who volunteer for the study. Using dynamic micro-polling, indoor location awareness and self-reported questionnaires, the outcomes of this research, as measured by perceived stress and sedentary behavior and the sustainability of observed behavioral changes, will contribute to the development of a set of guidelines. Titled Active Design: Workplace Well-being, the guidelines will provide a better understanding of the impact of active design elements on sedentary behavior, wellness and engagement in the workplace. The multidisciplinary team is lead by the Center for Active Design, in collaboration with Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Steelcase, and Perkins+Will through AREA Research.