Comfort from every angle

The Multi Comfort concept is designed to deliver every kind of comfort, in any kind of building, anywhere in the world. And always in a sustainable and economical way.

Thermal Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings keep themselves at an optimal temperature using very little energy. They’re neither too hot nor too cold – so we can function comfortably, whatever we’re doing.


Visual Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings bring the outdoors in. They maximize daylight to create the right amount of light for specific tasks – whether it’s reading, performing surgery or working out at the gym.


Acoustic Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings have well-balanced sound environments. They actively protect us from unwanted exterior noise, and enhance those sounds that we do want to hear.


Indoor-Air Comfort

Multi Comfort buildings provide a constant supply of fresh, clean air. This creates an optimally healthy environment for us and reduces the impact of harmful pollutants.


Comfort for every building & Climate

Multi-Comfort principles can be applied to any kind of building any kind of climate.

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Comfort for more economical living

Multi-Comfort buildings don’t cost much more to construct and the savings start straightaway.

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Comfort with built-in sustainability

Multi-Comfort buildings are designed to bring wellbeing to people today while preparing the future for all: they use less energy and resources, and generate less pollution and waste.

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How can you feel
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Comfort is so crucial

Years of public debate have made us all keenly aware of the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. As a result, we all understand that we should eat plenty of fruit and vegetables... reduce our alcohol intake… stop smoking… exercise regularly...

But what about our sense of comfort in the buildings and enclosed spaces that we spend 90% of our daily lives in?

The impact of a healthy home and working environment on our overall wellbeing is a much newer concept – but it’s equally important.

Easy ways to improve your everyday comfort

The MULTICOMFORT design concept is all about building and renovating our homes, offices, hospitals and schools in a way that results in greater levels of comfort, health and wellbeing.

But even if we’re not undertaking a major construction or renovation project, there are many small steps we can all take every day to improve our environment, our health and our overall sense of wellbeing.

We’ve included a quick round-up of top tips and shared ideas for you here.

Here are some hints, tips & small steps we can all benefit from:


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Avoid cold walls and windows

Consider thick curtains, wall hangings and carpets. On single-glazed windows, you could add a transparent window film to reduce heat loss.

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‘Green’ your living/working space

Plant life has a huge positive effect on focus, wellbeing and energy levels. Peppermint is easy to grow, reduces stress, and is linked with improved mental performance and alertness.


Sound proof your space

If you have noisy neighbors on one side of your office or home space, put furniture or a big bookshelf (preferably full of books) against that wall.

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Switch off your electronics

Computers, game systems, TVs and audio equipment all make noise when they’re not in use – whether it’s a spinning fan or that high-pitched, barely audible buzz of standby mode.


Welcome natural light into your life

Natural light improves productivity and focus, strengthens the immune system and, for many people, provides a heightened and improved sense of alertness and energy.

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Stop draughts at the source

Draughts can often be found around windows or under external doors. Simple draught-proofing measures can really help. But don’t block your ventilation.


Reach for the earplugs

Sometimes the simplest solutions are the most eective. If night-time noise keeps you awake, earplugs could be all you need (just remember to set your alarm loud enough).

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Keep your room cool to sleep better

A bedroom that is too hot or too cold can interfere with sleep quality. Most people sleep best in a slightly cool room (around 18°C) with adequate ventilation.


Use natural air fresheners

Commercial air fresheners can contain harmful pollutants. Rather than spraying chemicals to freshen your home, consider natural alternatives – such as essential oil diffusers.

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Sleep better with more daytime light exposure

Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone, controlled by exposure to daylight, that helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle. Get more light during the day to sleep better at night.


Keep your home dry

Control relative humidity levels at under 60%, using dehumidifiers if necessary. Open a window when you take a shower or bath or while you have clothes on a drying rack.

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Better Places for People

30% of people were willing to pay more for a home that had a positive effect on their health and wellbeing.

CO2 levels: sleep quality improves with lower CO2 levels in the bedroom, along with reported sleepiness and concentration the next day

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Better Places for People

Marks and Spencer’s Cheshire Oaks location saw high customer satisfaction and a 22% increase in employee satisfaction by enhancing the customer experience through better daylighting, better flow-through of air, and better materials.

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A poor sound environment increases the risk of lapses in communication, thus increasing the risk of errors and contributes to an unnecessarily high level of stress that wears on the staff.

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Air tightness affects the entire building envelope and plays a major role in successfully managing heat, moisture and sound –


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Better Places for People

In healthy offices, we have seen improvements in productivity with better air quality, and we can directly relate these productivity gains to an improvement of the bottom line of the builder, owner, and occupier of that office.

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“One reason might be that efficiency involves more general factors that perhaps have a less immediate impact than distraction and stress. It can take longer to realise that your general productivity has been affected by a deterioration in the acoustic environment,” explains Aram Seddigh

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