People spend on average 90% of their time indoors. The design and quality of indoor environments at work, home or anywhere else are crucial to our health.
We ensure safe, healthy and comfortable environments for your guests, customers and employees by offering a range of products and services.
We increase physical and emotional health, mental well-being and prevent the spread of diseases by implementing substantiated knowledge on how this is affected by design.
The design of our health products is rooted in Nordic and functional minimalism. The soft, clean aesthetic of our products fits beautifully into any interior.
Our upcoming health collection consists of products such as hand sanitizers, mobile phone sanitizers, hygiene stations and space dividers.
To prevent the spread of diseases and increase general well-being it is important to consider space planning, clever zoning and partitioning of spaces.
RIIS advises on optimizing spatial layouts to help you reduce health hazards for you and your customers.
The spatial layout of interior spaces plays an important role in any health initiative.
We advise on anti-bacterial, anti-virus, non-toxic and hypoallergenic materials, as well as on how certain materials affect our emotions and help to reduce stress and anxiety.
When designing healthy spaces, it is by all means necessary to consider the choice of materials.
Our indoor lifestyle and minimal exposure to daylight have serious consequences for our physical and mental health.
We advise on how to integrate natural and artificial daylight solutions into any interior design.
Noise is linked to health problems such as high blood pressure and heart disease. We help you reduce the noise by advising on acoustic solutions in various scales.
Noise should be given critical attention when designing interior spaces – from acoustic building surfaces to sound-absorbing furniture and lighting.
Technological solutions such as automated door openers, touch-free solutions, hygiene hand scanning etc. are essentials when developing healthy interiors.
We advise you on technologies that ensure safe and healthy environments.
“Many people prioritise their health. They eat well, they exercise and they pay attention to hygiene. But they spend 90% of their lives in buildings and interior spaces that are damaging to their health. We need to change that. If we believe that health is important, we need to place it as a top priority when we design spaces.
Don’t hesitate to contact me for further information at +4523995900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.”
– Mette Rødtnes, Head of Design