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Friendly Materials at thePostgraduate course in Architecture and Health organized by the COAC

Roger Fornos, Friendly Materials Manager, has participated as a speaker in this edition of the Architecture and Health Postgraduate course organized by the COAC.

The presentation explained how at Friendly Materials we carry out the selection and assessment of the healthiest materials and how to use them in the creation of healthy interior spaces.

This postgraduate course, which celebrated its second edition, is aimed at architects, technical architects, interior designers, and professionals in the area of health and public health who want to broaden their knowledge of the impact of construction materials and systems on

quality of the indoor environment and, therefore, in the comfort and health of users. These two editions have had the participation of top-level speakers in their respective fields, such as Elisabet Silvestre, Carles Labèrnia, Sonia Hernandez or Mariano Bueno, among others of equal relevance