What is affecting us?

There are many factors at play in an indoor setting that can cause our bodies and minds to feel and think differently - temperature, humidity, light and air pollution being the main contributors.

Air pollution

There are many sources of pollution inside a building, and to ensure a healthy indoor climate, the pollutants need to be transported out with efficient ventilation and replaced with fresh air. The pollutants are added to the indoor air from things such as furniture, building materials and electronics - but we humans also pollute the air around us. 

80% of the world's population lives in areas where the WHO reccommended values ​​for air pollution are exceeded. By filtering the supply of air into the buidling, the amount of harmful particles is reduced thus improving the health of building occupants.


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Daylight in buildings

Daylight should become the primary light source in every building for health, productivity and sustainability. Daylight creates a visually stimulating and productive environment for occupants in all buildings.

It is also able to provide appropriate illumination to carry out tasks and gives people a connection with the outdoors. Providing suitable levels of daylight to counteract the need for artificial lighting also allows energy savings.


Let the daylight in the buildings?
Air quality, sound, light and air speed: are all other elements that influence how we feel.