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A number of factors affect the indoor environment in which we live, work and perform and engage in. An optimal indoor climate gives us the chance to be productive, comfortable and healthy. Learn more about these factors in this guide section
Temperature is typically the one factor that has the most influence on how we percieve the indoor climate.
It is difficult to determine the quality of the air we breathe, but it affects both our health and our abilities to think clearly.
Sound can be beatuiful, loud or disturbing. The right sound image creates a comfortable indoor environment.
Humidity is often percieved as a problem, but the right level of moisture in the air is healthy as well us as the buildings.
Our need for light, and especially daylight, varies depending on if we are at work or resting. Even age is a determinant of the need of light.
A key factor for the perceived comfort of the indoor climate is the air velocity.