In recent times, spaces that promote well-being have been a central topic in the design and architecture industry. With 90 percent of our time spent indoors, this is hardly surprising. However, the intangible aspects of interiors that impact long-term health and affect users' well-being are often forgotten.
This free whitepaper looks at consequences of poor quality indoor air on health and the benefits of designing a healthier living space.
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