Ensuring the thermal comfort is a key point in order to guarantee user satisfaction on the workplace. The human perception of thermal comfort is defined by factors such as room air temperature, surface temperatures, humidity and air draft.

For the thermal comfort assessment, the building is drawn in a 3D model, which considers the influence of various factors – for instance quality of opaque and transparent components, solar radiation and outside temperature. In such a manner, it is possibible to optimize the comfort conditions for both winter and summer from the early project stages.