The growing social awareness around air quality means that we must rethink the design of spaces; this is why a home should be more than a property or a space where the family lives in a healthy environment. Health and well-being become essential factors to be taken into account in the design and development of real estate assets.
Brands are starting to adopt new ways of understanding the space of their Flagship stores because their customers demand comfortable ample spaces, that make them feel at home in their shopping decisions.
Stores must be much more than a place in which to make a purchase, they must become an environment in which customers feel comfortable; and with regard to indoor air quality, open spaces play a key role because high store occupancy, without suitable filtration, result in a “stuffy atmosphere”, which affect their decisions and therefore, reduce spending.
Store warehouses, particularly in the food industry, produce irritating odours due to the emission of chemical and organic compounds, as a result of their activity, and therefore, it is vital to have suitable filtration for these types of components so that such odours do not pass through to the sales area, making customers feel uncomfortable in the environment.
The value of a healthy Flagship store is very powerful, with indoor air quality being a key part in this process; therefore, the integration of solutions to improve indoor air quality affects both, employees and customers, and projects brand values—increasing their reputation and customer spending.