The Problem

According to the World Health Organization WHO, respiratory illnesses caused by air pollution are one of the four most frequent courses of death worldwide.

Interior smog

a gaseous compound, not visible, toxic, insidious and harmful in the long term

Interior smog

according to the latest medical research - co-causer of various serious illnesses

We spend up to 90% of our time indoors!

The Problem

Organic foods have been developed for a healthy diet - very good!

There is green electricity, green clothes, green capital investments - very good!

Emissions were limited, filter systems installed in chimneys, cars equipped with catalysts - very good!

Polluted indoor air costs 3,500,000 lives every year - by far the largest environmental problem in the world.

- Prof. Björn Lomborg – Kopenhagen Business School, Project Syndicate

"Sick Building Syndrome" and "Office Eye Syndrome" are consequences of poor indoor air quality


  • burning eyes
  • irritated mucous membranes
  • itchy skin
  • headache

Symptoms that people with Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) complain about.

  • polluted breathing air
  • dry room climate
  • noise pollution
  • odors
  • used oxygen
  • too high CO2 concentrations

Triggers that permanently burden people in buildings and make them sick

Office Eye Syndrome and Biophilia

Dry, irritated, tired, itchy, aching and overstrained eyes due to a long dwell time in front of the screen and too dry room air are triggers for.

  • respiratory problems
  • eye problems
  • fatigue
  • skin irritation
  • headache
  • lack of concentration
  • burn out symptoms

It has been proven that the use of highly active functional plants with high water evaporation prevent typical office problems to a great extent.