Comfort

Comfort People are more likely to engage with others in environments that feel pleasant and comfortable. From principle to strategies Maximize residents’ exposure to pleasant environmental conditions and minimize exposure to unpleasant and unpredictable sensations. Ensure that residents have physical and social tools to allow common spaces work for everyone. Click the icons to see […]

Comfort

People are more likely to engage with others in environments that feel pleasant and comfortable.

From principle to strategies

  • Maximize residents’ exposure to pleasant environmental conditions and minimize exposure to unpleasant and unpredictable sensations.

  • Ensure that residents have physical and social tools to allow common spaces work for everyone.

Click the icons to see actions and rationale.

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Natural light
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Climate-appropriate shelter
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Sound insulation
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Sun and shade
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Visual stimulation
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Essential amenities

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