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美國 WELL 健康住宅

When you earn WELL Certification for your building or community, you signal to the world that you’re putting people first. Flexible for communities and all building types, with options to customize your approach to fit your goals, WELL offers a framework to help improve health and well-being for everyone that visits, works in, or experiences your building.

THE WELL BUILDING STANDARD

The WELL Building Standard is revolutionizing the way people think about buildings. It explores how design, operations and behaviors within the places where we live, work, learn and play can be optimized to advance human health and well-being.Covering seven core concepts of health and hundreds of features, WELL is a flexible building standard and represents the future of modern design.

WELL


GBCI administers the WELL Building Standard, an evidence-based standard, which sets performance requirements in seven categories:air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind.


THE ISSUE

THE ISSUE

Concentrations of some pollution indicators can be 2-5 times higher indoors compared to outdoors. Polluted air is the number one environmental cause of premature mortality worldwide. In 2016 alone, poor air quality contributed to about 100,000 premature deaths in the United States and about 6 million premature deaths globally

THE INTERVENTION

THE INTERVENTION

WELL establishes requirements in buildings that promote clean air and reduce or minimize the sources of indoor air pollution.

THE IMPACT

THE IMPACT

The World Health Organization estimates that 12.7% of deaths could be prevented by improving air quality globally. Decreased air pollution could reduce the burden of respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, health-care costs, workforce productivity loss due to illness and increase life expectancy for local populations.

THE ISSUE

THE ISSUE

Being dehydrated by just 2% has been shown to impair cognitive performance. The Institute of Medicine recommends that women consume at least 2.7 L (11 cups) and men consume at least 3.7 L (16 cups) of water from foods and beverages each day.

THE INTERVENTION

THE INTERVENTION

WELL promotes safe and clean water through the implementation of proper filtration techniques and regular testing.

THE IMPACT

THE IMPACT

Research indicates that thirsty individuals who drink water prior to performing a mental task have faster reaction times than those who do not drink water.

THE ISSUE

THE ISSUE

Concentrations of some pollution indicators can be 2-5 times higher indoors compared to outdoors. Polluted air is the number one environmental cause of premature mortality worldwide. In 2016 alone, poor air quality contributed to about 100,000 premature deaths in the United States and about 6 million premature deaths globally

THE INTERVENTION

THE INTERVENTION

WELL requires the availability of fresh and wholesome foods, limits highly-processed ingredients and supports mindful eating.

THE IMPACT

THE IMPACT

Increased nutritional knowledge has been shown to promote healthy eating and especially fruit and vegetable intake. Fruit and vegetable intake is associated with increased productivity and job performance.

THE ISSUE

THE ISSUE

Disruption to the body’s circadian rhythm are associated with chronic diseases including obesity, diabetes, and depression.

THE INTERVENTION

THE INTERVENTION

WELL provides illumination guidelines that minimize disruption to the body’s circadian system, enhance productivity and support good sleep quality.

THE IMPACT

THE IMPACT

Studies have found a relationship between proximity to windows and productivity, especially when windows offer an opportunity to connect with the outdoors.

THE ISSUE

THE ISSUE

Physical inactivity is highly prevalent worldwide, with 23% of adults failing to meet international exercise and physical activity guidelines established by the World Health Organization (WHO). Additionally, WHO notes that individuals who are insufficiently active have a 20-30% higher risk of mortality compared to those who meet international recommendations.

THE INTERVENTION

THE INTERVENTION

WELL promotes the integration of physical activity into everyday life by providing opportunities and support for an active lifestyle and discouraging sedentary behaviors.

THE IMPACT

THE IMPACT

Worldwide, if physical inactivity was reduced by 10% or 25%, over 533,000 and 1.3 million deaths, respectively, could be avoided every year.

THE ISSUE

THE ISSUE

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders result in over $2.5 billion in medical and other associated costs, including lost productivity. Additionally, WHO notes that individuals who are insufficiently active have a 20-30% higher risk of mortality compared to those who meet international recommendations.

THE INTERVENTION

THE INTERVENTION

WELL considers thermal, acoustic, ergonomic, and olfactory comfort to optimize indoor working environments.

THE IMPACT

THE IMPACT

Designing for ergonomic safety can help prevent the physical stress of work-related musculoskeletal disorders. Maintaining optimal thermal comfort can maximize productivity and decrease typing errors.

THE ISSUE

THE ISSUE

Various environmental characteristics can have direct impacts on mental health and well-being, such as housing, crowding, noise, indoor air quality and light. Mental, neurological, and substance use disorders account for 14% of the global burden of disease, and depression alone is the leading cause of disability worldwide.

THE INTERVENTION

THE INTERVENTION

WELL optimizes cognitive and emotional health through design, technology, and treatment strategies.

THE IMPACT

THE IMPACT

Individuals who feel a great sense of psychological support from their organization have greater attachment to the organization.