Incorrect lighting and noise levels are well known to impair our work-productivity if not carefully designed. Indoor air quality is the next intangible material which must be addressed in the design process of interiors. As researches shows, air quality has great impact on the health and wellbeing of users.
This presentation demonstrates how indoor air quality matters and will give examples of reference projects.
Johanna Trüstedt creates healthy and user-centric workplaces. Her successful approach is being mindful of different ways of thinking, resulting in the competence to understand clients’ needs and cultures. She has been living and creating workplaces in Germany, Japan, China, Spain and now in Switzerland. Her working methodology is characterized by user-centric design and co-creation with her clients. In doing so, she is able developing long-term space solutions that are also flexible and adapt to changes according to future needs. Wellbeing and health of the users are her ultimate target and passion.