The whole world has suddenly realised, what for centuries grandma has always said —
HEALTH is indeed WEALTH. And so, wellness, fitness, immunity, exercise, nutrition, yoga and all things that truly matter are in the air and buzz words of the day, thanks unfortunately, to a miniscule microbe – the Covid-19. Focus is on healing habits and healing spaces.
Let’s talk about healing spaces. Whether you are safe in the comfort of your home, or elsewhere, what are the factors that help healing? And what materials provide this comfort? Right on top of one’s mind is glass – good quality glass of the highest standards. Like Saint Gobain? Yes, with fire-resistant glass and impact safety glass that’s trusted by hospitals too.
Glass offers scope for highest safety and hygiene practices, mitigating infection. It offers optimum thermal comfort – cutting off direct heat and letting in just the right amount of sunlight sans the glare.
Glass offers scope for highest safety and hygiene practices, mitigating infection.
It offers optimum thermal comfort – cutting off direct heat and letting in just the right amount of sunlight sans the glare.
And finally, by optimising heat and light, energy is conserved and used well, making glass a green option too. With so many magical advantages, what’s not to like about glass?
Especially, DesignLuv’s pick of the month – Saint Gobain’s impact and heat resistant glass for healing spaces.
Used right, good glass cuts off sounds and offers acoustic comfort for stress-free rest. While it cuts out the stress factors, it lets in natural light and visual comfort that is so important to well-being and emotional health. Glass has only negligible amounts of volatile compounds that can taint the air one breathes and so improves indoor air quality.