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Reconnect people with nature

Cultivating nature’s finest

Beneficial soil loving organisms grow in the controlled environment of our labo. 

Bring them in

With our  automated bio-disperser. Connected to the air-ducts. Prepare for maximum comfort, nature is on its way!

Creating a happy building

The human desire to reconnect with nature gets answered, and this has a positive effect on wellbeing, productivity and happiness for the users of your building.

Imagine spending 92% of your life in nature

Every building with the ambition to attract and hold on to motivated and engaged people makes efforts to create the best possible space to be. 

You know natural environments are healthy. We exist from it and carry an innate need to seek connection with nature. Though we are aware of this common fact, our buildings are designed to keep outdoor out.

Imagine an indoor environment equal to natural spaces. Improving the indoor environmental quality assures you of optimal working space, less absenteeism, and fewer health complaints.

Today, this human desire for nature gets answered, encouraging productivity, wellbeing and overall happiness with the help of beneficial organisms. 

The benefits of a Happy Building

Envision a nourishing, highly productive and healthy built environment.

24/7 natural support

Beneficial organisms known to be favorable for human health. Improving productivity, wellbeing and happiness.

Higher building productivity

Your building as the happiest space to be. Nature has mighty advantages and your people will notice. 

Long term improvements

 Creating a high quality indoor reflects in a higher performance capacity and more motivation.

Smart building integration

The technology integrated in the TakeAir Bio-disperser is open source. In this way you connect your smart building applications. 

Improving the Indoor Environmental Quality 

The first form of life on earth where microbes. They predominant any other form of life, both in numbers and total biomass. The power of microbes exceeds that of all other organisms in the tree of life.  A balanced microbiome, whether it’s inside our body, outdoors or indoors, is essential.

From ventilation to temperature, lighting, architecture, design and so on, you’re probably doing everything right!  But the Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) is standardized to what we can see, feel and experience. The bigger obstacle though, is larger than the eye can see – well, smaller actually. You can fully restore the natural balance, and that’s where we come in.


Our manmade environments should be able to sustain their own, microbial diversity by reducing the dominance of unfavorable organisms. Bringing natural organisms into your daily space is a clever way of reconnecting people with nature, sais Prof. Dr. Ir. Verstraete (2019). Improving the Indoor Environment Quality starts with measuring the current state of being. For that the independent, VLA recognized laboratory of Technolab analyzed a building to show the differences TakeAir actually makes.

2 unique floors in one building. One floor with TakeAir, another without

14 samples on different locations

Microbial sampling through VLA recognized measurements

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There’s good evidence that breathing, playing, and digging in the dirt is good for your health. Our modern, sterilized life in sealed-off buildings and homes are likely not. Researchers have already found clear evidence that childhood exposure to outdoor microbes is linked to a more robust immune system. Connecting people with nature in their daily lives is the most logical step to take. Nature’s calling and we are its intermediary.

A large diversity of microorganisms is preferred to one single or dominating species. Balancing out the indoor microbiome with natural organisms is a perfect solution for creating a natural like healthy indoor environment.

Michel Van Veen, Technolab

Injecting natural organisms into the air ducts of a building sure is a clever way of restoring the indoor balance and connecting people with nature in their daily lives.

Prof. Dr. Ir. Verstraete

Bring nature inside your building

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