Did you know that indoor thermal comfort significantly influences the way humans experience all types of places and has implications for productivity and health outcomes? As such, the optimisation of thermal comfort can positively change the way individuals interact within indoor environments.
Here at SEED, we are aware of the issues caused by unsatisfactory indoor thermal comfort and we ensure that thermal comfort is successfully optimised for both building owner and inhabitant needs. This is a balancing of needs that we’ve perfected over the years and we applaud the new Thermal Comfort Concept options available in WELL v2.
To read more about why thermal comfort matters, how it is measured, and how WELL v2 has implemented thermal comfort, visit the International WELL Building Institute here.