The COVID-19 pandemic brought new attention to the importance of health and wellness considerations in the built environment. These ideas have been popularized by Allen and Macomber’s 2020 book Health Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Drive Performance and Productivity (Harvard University Press), which outlines nine foundations of a healthy building. And many building owners and investors are choosing to pursue certifications through organizations like the International WELL Building Institute.
People thrive in buildings with abundant daylight and views of the outdoors. Research proves it. Workers are more productive, students learn better, and patients heal faster. Artificial light, glare and uncomfortable temperatures have the opposite effects.
SageGlass solutions are designed for people. Dynamic glass lets you maximize natural light and stay connected to the outdoors in a comfortable, healthy indoor space. Enjoy all the benefits of sunlight without the drawbacks. SageGlass also blocks 98% of the sun’s rays that cause fading of furniture, carpets and artwork.