Lecture by Tina Kammer, InteriorPark. on July 8, 2020 at 12 noon
Sustainable developments between inside and outside, theory and practice
The boundaries between inside and outside are blurred. Buildings are defined by facades and their openings and the resulting interior consisting of ceiling, wall and floor determines our immediate living environment. Thanks to technical innovations and energy efficiency, buildings are being built ever denser. The resulting lack of air exchange has a negative impact on the indoor climate. Environmental substances from different sources accumulate in the room air and can pose health risks. What possibilities are there to have a positive influence on rooms by choosing the right products and materials? And what does that have to do with sustainability?