Always Dream HouseIn addition to complying with the energy-saving issues, seeks to promote, through his work, respect for theenvironment and of theecosystem using environmentally friendly materials and techniques, with special attention to the orientation of the rooms according to the location of the Sun, and remain up to date on the latest news of bio-architecture.
We look for in all our work to apply the principles of bioarchitecture, optimising the relationship between housing and environmental context, promoting the wellbeing of mantrying to use natural resourcesusing environmentally friendly techniques and materials, possibly in kilometre zero.
It is important to evaluate the path of the Sun to establish the orientation of various rooms and most of all Windows and glass surfaces, this saves on heating costs in winter and on those of enlightenment.
In principle the busiest rooms should be placed toward the South so you can enjoy all the brilliance of afternoon light.
By way of example, the optimal position for the kitchen and the living room is the Southeast respectively for the first, southwest to the second.
Coloring recommended for these areas are the cool colors, from pure white to the entire range of the Blues and the Greens, so plenty of sunshine in these rooms will help keep them cool.
All environments that do not need excessive light, like closets, will be located to the North, running from thermal pad to the premises of the living area, isolating them from the cold of winter.
Responsible for these colors are yellow, orange or pink.
The sleeping area is reserved to East orientation, since it is covered by the first rays of the Sun, an energetic awakening benefits, appropriate colors are shades of beige, as natural light is already sufficient.
The areas dedicated to relaxation, as the living room, are located to the West.
Where the bright light of the afternoon is suited to accompany conversations and readings.
In this side of the House recommended colors are grays and blues along with more vibrant colors, which are heated by sunlight at dusk.
Chromatic choices must be evaluated preliminarily House some parameters: The natural lighting of the roomconsidering the quality, the amount and orientation of apertures, their extension and arrangement, e.g. dark rooms require pale colours.
The artificial lighting of the room, considering the amount of points of light and its sources, intensity and diffusive mode, such as incandescent lights let you use a range of colors less hot, as they have a dominant yellow-orange.
Time and quality of stay.
For rooms where he spends more time it is important to make choices related to the function and quality of time spent.
Another important gimmick is the "green roof" or "green terrace", such as the one used by the architect Stefano Boeri Vertical forest ©, where will be placed 900 plants in all the balconies of the building.
This new idea of "green terraces" offers big advantages: plants help to optimize, recover and produce energy, also protect against radiation, leave switch light, shelter from wind, damp environments, naturally capture particulate matter, produce oxygen and mitigate noise pollution.
Examples of plants that remove some pollutants such as VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and carbon monoxide, modifying and interacting with the surrounding environment, microclimate are the gerbera and dracena.
Thanks to these improvements big and small dream house seeks to integrate human activity to natural phenomena, in order to achieve a massive improvement of wellbeing and quality of present and future life of each individual and family.
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