Experts LAB: Tina Snedker Kristensen – Indoor climate for optimal learning conditions

July 2, 2024

Tina Snedker Kristensen
Foto: Troldtekt

Tina Snedker Kristensen, Head of Sustainability and Communication at Troldtekt A/S and Troldtekt Deutschland GmbH, emphasizes the importance of healthy materials for people and the environment in school construction projects. These materials play a central role in the certification process for sustainable building projects.

Tina Snedker Kristensen emphasizes the responsibility of industry and planners to use sustainable construction methods, especially in the interest of future generations. “Our children benefit enormously from a healthy learning environment,” she explains. At the SCHULBAU Salon and Trade Fair in Cologne, she will be presenting examples of DGNB-certified projects from Germany and Denmark.

A good indoor climate, characterized by high air quality and pleasant acoustics, improves pupils’ ability to concentrate and their well-being. Studies show that a healthy indoor climate increases learning performance. Poor air quality can lead to tiredness and poor concentration. Materials that dampen sound create a quieter learning environment, which benefits both pupils and teachers.

Tina Snedker Kristensen’s work at Troldtekt shows how sustainable building projects can be successfully implemented. Her practical examples from DGNB-certified schools offer valuable insights for planners and builders who want to create healthy learning environments. These principles help to improve learning conditions for future generations.

We are looking forward to Tina Snedker Kristensen’s Expert LAB presentation on the 2nd day of our SCHULBAU Salon and Trade Fair in Cologne on September 26, 2024.

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