We seek to contribute to the fight against climatic change by reducing the carbon emissions generated by the urbanisation process and, at the same time, to improve the quality of life of the users of buildings.
Achieving this aim requires a wide vision and the use of a holistic approach to the design and construction of buildings and also new urban developments.
We aim to offer the inhabitants of buildings a healthier and more comfortable lifestyle. With sustainable architecture, the internal living conditions improve:
The object is to control the air quality, temperature, natural lighting and solar radiation, using materials and systems that also have a positive impact on their occupants.
We try to reduce the carbon footprint. Sustainable architecture seeks to make savings and to increase the energy efficiency of buildings and also to provide all of the energy needed from renewable sources. This can be done either through systems integrated within the building itself or by obtaining these features from the immediate environment and/or distribution network.
We seek to make a positive impact on our immediate environment. Sustainable architecture interacts with its context, minimising the use of resources and considering their complete lifecycle.