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The Healthy Space

Health is not the absence of disease; health is a state of comprehensive well-being; it includes physical, mental, and social capacity.

People are in interior spaces 90% of the time. Through conscious architectural design, space can meet aesthetic and functional characteristics so that all users can carry out their activities efficiently and mitigate mental health problems.

For example, biophilic design stimulates the ancestral need for a connection between humans and nature; it focuses on seeking the well-being of people, reducing stress, and increasing happiness in the spaces we live in.

The spaces must be designed to guarantee the quality and optimization of the consumed water, the quality of the air we breath, adequate lighting for the tasks that we are about to carry out, achieve thermal and sound comfort, materials should be chosen due to their nature and composition, so they do not have polluting components that impact our health while also having a lower impact on the environment.

A healthy space should facilitate and stimulate physical activity, good eating habits, and any strategy that improves the quality of life of its users.

The goal is to create an inclusive and integrated community with civic engagement and accessible design in every way.

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