The emissions generated by burning fossil fuels are altering the Earth's climate.
Reduce waste, increase energy efficiency and develop renewable energy as well as being a good financial investment, it helps to slow down the degeneration of climate and also ensures a livable planet for future generations.
Both in the architectural choices that for the technological plants, we can choose solutions with low environmental impact and low energy content, taking into account the entire life cycle of the building elements and used materials.
This approach allows to create interiors much more comfortable and healthy compared to current standards, combining also with the ecological and socio-economic development, in the medium - long term.
Just a few years ago the socio-economic analysis predicted a future characterized by large changes in economic, cultural and social issues; now it is already clear that these changes are in progress, showing their effects in our daily lives, and the necessary adjustments to our way of living and thinking.
In a process of change of this magnitude then becomes crucial to be available not only to update, researching and evaluating new materials and technologies, but also to call into question established beliefs.
In the near future, probably, the cost and the reduced accessibility of energy sources will affect significantly our lifestyle. In this context, the role of the building is very important, in fact it requires 40% of Europe's energy needs.
Most of the energy consumption in the building sector can be attributed to heating, although in Mediterranean climates, it acquires more and more weight the energy demand for summer air conditioning; on both sides of today's technologies make possible significant reductions in waste.
Reduce the heat loss of the building, eliminating thermal bridges and optimize the performance of technological plants, it also means improving the internal conditions of comfort and health; a good thermal insulation protects from the cold, protects against mold and, when combined with proper shading of windows, also protects from overheating in the summer and therefore becomes crucial.
Following a detailed analysis of the current state of the building it is possible to predict different intervention scenarios and create the conditions for choosing the option with an optimal ratio between benefits and costs.
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