NIA – Natural Indoor Atmospheres

A cozy comfort in all indoor spaces

The best temperature in a room is the one that simply fits. It's not too hot and not too cold, it's comfortable, and it creates rooms that we enjoy spending time in. We achieve this with holistic systems whose components smartly temper every space, from the living room to the factory floor.

The perfect atmosphere for work and relaxation

We notice indoor air only when it is not good. Stale air, dry air, unpleasant odors, all these disturb our well-being and concentration. A coordinated system for heating and cooling that can be intelligently controlled supports our sense of well-being just as much as reliable ventilation, which we only notice in its good result.

Creating a natural indoor climate

CMO Kerstin Sticht and CTO Dominik Lampert about pleasant indoor climate

A sustainable living space, protecting the climate

A natural indoor climate that serves not only us. Renewable energies, produced and stored. Technologies that preserve resources. Sustainable living spaces result from the interaction of all components and are the path to a future that saves energy and protects the climate.


Any Questions?

We at ARBONIA climate want to provide an indoor climate that feels as pleasant and natural as possible, whether at home or at work, during leisure time or other indoor activities.

This is what Natural Indoor Atmospheres stands for.

Building technology is clearly in focus of the energy transformation. Energy-efficient products and systems are needed to reduce energy consumption in the building sector. After all, energy that is not consumed does not have to be generated in the first place.

We notice indoor climate in particular when it is not good. If it is too warm or too cold, the air too dry or stale. All this disturbs our well-being and concentration. So the perfect indoor climate is hardly perceived consciously, it just feels pleasant and natural.

Buildings are very different, whether they are single-family homes, apartment complexes or commercial buildings, old or new. Depending on the country, the legal and climatic requirements are also very different. Efficient building technology can only be accomplished as a system, if all components are optimally aligned with each other.