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The future brings numerous innovations in the field of construction, both in terms of the costs of energy use and inclusion of natural resources and in terms of guaranteeing life-long economical maintenance costs. A few years ago, the World Green Building Council (WGBC) prepared a report on the business model for sustainable buildings, where investors were most interested in the chapter dedicated to the relationship between sustainable buildings and health, well-being and efficiency of their inhabitants.
The criteria defining buildings as “healthy” were: the importance of construction, the relationship between humans and the environment, harmless materials, sufficient amounts of good light and, above all else, good ventilation. Improved ventilation increases the productivity of employees for up to 11 percent, while natural light increases their productivity by up to 81 percent. Their productivity is also affected by temperature. If it is too high, their productivity may decrease by 20 percent; if it is too low, it can decrease by 4 percent, while noise and sound disturbances represent no less than a 66 percent decrease in efficiency.