From the fibres of our desks to the quality of the air we breathe, we are becoming increasingly conscious that a healthy building doesn’t just make us feel better. It can make us perform better too, boosting our productivity as it enhances our overall wellbeing. Amidst this growing awareness, Venlo City Hall in the Netherlands has been hailed as a “visionary” building of the 21st Century, thanks to its emphasis on both sustainable innovation and wellbeing. It sets a shining example of the tenet that what’s good for people, is also good for the planet. Marco Abdallah, Head of Engineering, Drees & Sommer UK, explains about this pionnering example for sustainable construction.
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