The WELL certification of a building can lead to a built environment that improves nutrition, fitness, mood, sleep, comfort and user performance.
The development of WELL v2 was based on the principles of equity, globalization, scientific evidence, application of best practices and proven strategies, customer orientation and resilience. It can be applied to all types of projects, and the system is designed to grow in specificity and adapting over time and to geographical areas.
There are ten reference areas (“concepts”) in WELL v2: Air, Water, Nourishment, Light, Movement, Thermal Comfort, Sound, Materials, Mind and Community. Each concept is composed of distinct features (“features”) with health-related purposes. These features (“features”) can be Prescriptive (“Preconditions”) or Optional (“Optimization”). All features are defined for specific types of space.
Description source: International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™).
Trocellen products and applications can contribute to both Prescriptive (P) and Optional (O) features.
The WELL® rating system certifies the building,
does not certify the individual products or building components,
but the latter can help to reach the requirements of the protocol and
consequently obtain the relative scores for the building.
To check the Trocellen features checklists, download our PDF!