The environment and the urban facilities themselves are able to maintain the physical and mental health of citizens. The standard of “healthy” construction implies a responsible attitude to materials and energy sources, while at the same time considering the many sides of user behaviour. A “healthy” development creates a comfortable environment in which a person is able to feel valued and full of life, feel emotional stability, experience positive emotions. In addition to psychological comfort, this type of organised living space allows increasing physical activity.
What are the parameters of a “healthy” quarter?
How can architecture and design improve health?
Which indicators should be considered when designing "healthy" buildings?