We all want to live in healthier, more comfortable surroundings. Recognizing the conditions that influence our well-being is the first step along the road to finding it.
Each individual has his or her subjective perception of comfort. However, we can attempt an objective definition of it as a "feeling of physical and mental well-being". In the 1960's and 1970's, scientific studies such as those conducted by Professor Ole Fanger have even drawn up a "theory of well-being". These studies have found that this sensation is influenced by a number of factors: temperature, humidity, air quality, noise.