In the Living Lab Healthy Spaces, we want to involve students, researchers, businesses, and the local community to address questions affecting our living and working environment.
Did you know that the level of indoor CO2 affects our learning and working performance?
In the Living Lab Healthy Spaces we want to involve students, researchers, businesses, and the local community to address questions affecting our living and working environment.
How can we reach sustainable and healthy living? With this question, we want to embrace and open the discussion on a large scope, from a small scale such as a classroom to the urban space and the development of the cross-border region of Germany and the Netherlands.
This work package aims to create a collective thinking hub, where users, the local community and an interdisciplinary team of academics and professionals can work together on projects using a with a citizen science approach to generate solid and measurable results. These projects will tackle questions such as below:
- Which indoor environmental factors, such as air quality and temperature, affect the learning in schools and working performance in offices?
- How does the presence of natural elements such as a green wall contribute to the performances the same indoor environment?
- How can citizens contribute to retrieve quality data from their surroundings in order to analyse the factors that affect their quality of life?
- How can we engage citizens to live and work more sustainably without compromising their personal habits and daily routines?
For that, we would like to invite interested companies and entities to discuss their needs and ideas to pinpoint possible project collaboration towards improving working and living quality sustainably.
to discuss your challenges and we’ll explore it together (you, researchers, developers, students) we can work on the answers to your challenges.