In the past year we have seen wellbeing become a top priority. As most people spent the majority of their time indoors, we suddenly became aware of how indoor environments can affect our health.
Research has highlighted how good lighting can influence our moods and productivity and access to good air quality can radically improve our health. How therefore can these core needs become cemented in our building’s design? How can we maximise these features and promote healthy buildings that sustain wellbeing?
The NLA Healthy Buildings webinar on Wednesday 12th May at 10am will focus on how you can maximise light and improve indoor air qualities to create healthy buildings with presentations of case studies and approaches.
Speakers for this event are Ian Palmer – Head of Specification at Airflow, Phil Coffey – Director at Coffey Architects, Xuhong Zheng – Associate at Hawkins / Brown and Barbara Chesi – Programme Director at NLA.
Graham Hurrell, Sales Director at WICONA UK will be a member of the Q & A Panel and provide insight on how we can contribute to solving these issues from a façade design and material selection perspective.
To find out more and to register go to Healthy buildings webinar - New London Architecture (nla.london).