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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.

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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

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.

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