Smartwellbeing makes healthy buildings possible
We spend more than 90% of our time indoors. That means that healthy indoor spaces are key: they need to boost our wellbeing, health and productivity. However, the way things are now, it's all too often that the opposite is true.
Indoor air quality is often poor. The result is decreased (thermal) comfort, diminished productivity and an increase in illness (sick leave). That all adds up to higher costs. And that’s while people ought to feel good and right – inside too!
Smartwellbeing puts people first
Creating and maintaining a healthy indoor climate for every conceivable circumstance: the Smartwellbeing dream. It’s all about designing a residential, home and work environment around the people who inhabit those spaces.
Healthy buildings where you can stay, live, work and sport: that’s our mission.
- SIG Air Handling, a Smartwellbeing trusted partner
Certification methods such as BREEAM and LEED exist to guarantee sustainability (of energy and materials). However, the challenge that the construction sector faces is bigger and more complex. Technology is developing at breakneck speed (data, sensors, IoT, artificial intelligence, robotics, etc.). And in the midst of this we mustn't lose sight of the impact on human wellbeing.
Certification method for human wellbeing
There are also certification methods when it comes to human wellbeing, such as WELL and Fitwel. These are increasingly being used in tandem with the well-known sustainability certifications.
Our goal is to design buildings and spaces that take us to a whole new level: happier, healthier, smarter and more productive. These are the key factors to make that a reality: