Projetando para a saúde e o bem-estar: vários conceitos, metas similares

Autores

  • Theo van der Voordt Delft University of Technology. Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/gtp.v16i4.178190

Palavras-chave:

Síndrome do edifício doente, Bem estar do usuário, Ambientes de trabajo saludables

Resumo

Nas  últimas décadas tem sido demonstrado  um interesse crescente no impacto de edifícios, instalações e serviços na saúde e no bem-estar de seus usuários. Este artigo tem como objetivo apresentar diferentes conceitos de projeto desenvolvidos para apoiar a saúde e o bem-estar dos usuários finais, como ambientes de recuperação e escritórios saudáveis, ou ainda para evitar impactos negativos, como a Síndrome do Edifício Doente e ambientes insalubres de trabalho. Cada conceito é apoiado por por um conjunto de referências relativamente às evidências disponíveis de sua influência. Os conceitos de projeto discutidos no artigo têm pontos de convergência, mas também diferentes focos. No geral, é mostrado que uma variedade de características de projetos para a  construção – leiaute espacial, clima interno, design de interiores, acabamentos, interação com a natureza entre outras, afetam a saúde e o bem-estar dos usuários do edifício. O artigo também destaca que facilidades como bicicletas fixas, vegetação, serviços como alimentos e bebidas saudáveis e programas de estímulo ao  comportamento saudável, também têm um impacto positivo. Como consequência, o projeto e a gestão de ambientes saudáveis ​​precisam de uma abordagem multidisciplinar e da colaboração entre projetistas, imobiliárias corporativas, gestores de facilidades, gestores de recursos humanos, especialistas em TI e o envolvimento de outros diferentes agentes  interessados, como clientes e os próprios usuários finais.

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Biografia do Autor

  • Theo van der Voordt, Delft University of Technology. Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment

    Pesquisador (Ph.D)  e docente no Department of Management in the Built Environment, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Technological University of Delft, Netherlands

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VOORDT, Theo van der. Projetando para a saúde e o bem-estar: vários conceitos, metas similares. Gestão & Tecnologia de Projetos, São Carlos, v. 16, n. 4, p. 13–31, 2021. DOI: 10.11606/gtp.v16i4.178190. Disponível em: https://www.revistas.usp.br/gestaodeprojetos/article/view/178190.. Acesso em: 20 jun. 2024.