Paul Scialla shares his insights about the “WELL” building and the growth of adopting WELL building standards across the Asian region.
The next green wave sweeping the building sector is wellness for the building tenants. Marrying health and wellness with design, the WELL building standards is just starting to take off in Asia. In terms of features, it is quite a bit of an alignment with green buildings, except WELL focuses more on the people instead of the environment. WELL is composed of many features that are applied to many building projects and each WELL feature is designed to address issues that impact health, comfort and support for making positive lifestyle choices.
More about The Well Building Institue
The WELL Building Standard® (WELL) is administered by the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI), which is a public benefit corporation whose mission is to improve human health and well-being through the built environment.
IWBI offers WELL Building Certification, plus the newly launched WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) program. IWBI also has an array of supporting resources and publications about the WELL Building Standard and other educational opportunities.
Fulfilling the vision of IWBI founder Paul Scialla, IWBI has a pioneering altruistic capitalism model that will address social responsibility and demonstrate a sustainable model for philanthropy. IWBI has committed to direct 51 percent of net profits, after taxes, generated by WELL Building Certification project fees toward charitable contributions and impact investment focused on health, wellness and the built environment.
Website : https://www.wellcertified.com/
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