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Circadian House: a vision for homes designed to be healthy and human-centric

Peter Foldbjerg, Per Arnold Andersen, Nicolas Roy, Jens Christoffersen, 2017
residential buildings | health | indoor climate | circadian rhythm
Bibliographic info: 38th AIVC Conference "Ventilating healthy low-energy buildings", Nottingham, UK, 13-14 September 2017
Languages: English Pages (count): 8

Based on a series of workshops, a Circadian House is defined as a house that is designed to support a healthy life for its occupants through a human-centric design. The workshops were held in 2012-2013 and defined 3 key principles and ten key factors to consider in the design of homes.


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