Category Archives: architecture

Net-Zero buildings and Green Transition: where do we stand?

We all know what Net-Zero is and how good it would be for the environment if every building was NZEB (if not, read our dedicated article here!). Now we need to ask ourselves, where do we stand in achieving the goal of a green transition?   How To Keep Climate Change Center Stage Post-Pandemic¬† As […]

Airlite: Word for the Future against Embodied Carbon

In this article, we want to present you Airlite, the best solution to achieve carbon neutrality and healthy buildings, both in small and big scale. Data shows in fact that Airlite is the best solution to both address embodied carbon in the building and construction sector, and indoor air quality – providing a practical and […]

Net-Zero Energy Buildings: what they are and how can they make our life better

Net-zero energy buildings, also known as net-zero carbon buildings or NZEBs, are buildings that don’t have any carbon emissions during their operations. They achieve this via architectural elements that provide high levels of both energy efficiency and generation, and are the result of years of efforts to try a solution to climate change and energy […]

The Coronavirus Is Going To Change How We Think About Design

indoor air quality - changes in design

The goal will be healthy indoor air quality As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, disrupting daily life and causing major economic damage, design leaders are pivoting to focus on how building design can combat infectious diseases and improve public health outcomes. The coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, has led to more than 40,000 […]