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There are also several ‘intangible’ aspects to look at when it comes to a building’s health, including the happiness of building users.
A healthy building typically refers to a building that is designed and constructed and operates to have favorable impact on health and satisfaction as well as the productivity of its users — ranging from air quality and daylighting to views of nature and interior layouts. As a result, a lot of focus is on technical aspects such as selection of fit out materials, and ventilation, lighting, water and air quality control systems. But for Dexter Norville, Head of Estate Management at JLL, there are also several ‘intangible’ aspects to look at when it comes to a building’s health. One of these aspects is the happiness of building users.
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