It is in our nature to seek continuous contact with the outside environment by taking a ride on our bike, organizing excursions, or even looking for a tour or a walk. Many times we recall the pleasant feeling of the environment in the countryside, the fresh air! We tend to want to be outside closed areas because most of the buildings were not built to meet our basic needs and, above all, did not have as a basic criterion the concepts of Health and Well-being.
These concepts are the basic condition for a building constructed with sustainable practices. That is, a building with an anthropocentric approach! Health and well-being are critical factors that affect the society, the economy and the quality of life of people today. Professionals and well-informed communities can play a key role in helping to mitigate health risks through appropriate building design, sustainable home, school, hospital, workplace etc. (Read the whole article )