The physical configuration of the school environment and the adaptation of the student to this environment exercise great predominance in the evolution of the learning. The space of the school, although subject to norms, should offer safety, accessibility and comfort to users. Such comfort conditions in the environment affect the users directly as much in the physiologic aspect as psychological and consequently the performance of the activities. Comfort problems should be considered those related to the functionality, thermal environment, illumination and acoustics. Unfavorable conditions of comfort in schools, such as high temperatures, excessive noise, inadequate illumination, excessive density in the classroom, inadequate equipments in relation to age groups can have negative influence in the students' school performance, causing disturbances of health (KOWALTOWSKI et al, 1997).