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The first to open this cycle of interviews is Livia Tani, Project Leader of Ateliers Jean Nouvel, one of the most famous architecture firms in France, with headquarters in Paris. It has offices in Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Geneva, and Rome.
Insulated panels are the ideal building element for buildings with various intended uses. When energy efficiency is important, Leaf makes the difference. In fact, this solution offers +20% insulation compared to the average performance of the panels that are available on the market. A difference that translates into cost savings for the building’s users.
Historically, green roofs have been built in various parts of the world and in various climate zones. The reasons for their use: guaranteeing waterproofing and protection from the wind and temperature changes on building roofs. The term “roofing a building” designates an element that forms part of the building’s envelope. Its characterisation as “green” implies a change to the very structure of the roof, but also confers specific requirements and performance, depending on its structure.
Ventilated façades are a coveted solution in contemporary modern construction, as they constitute a response to energy efficiency and environmental sustainability criteria, precisely thanks to their structural characteristics. In addition, from an aesthetic point of view, ventilated façades are an unquestionably visually pleasing addition, which improves the building’s design. In fact, external panels can be made of various materials: natural stone and granite, aluminium, glass, stoneware, marble, and terracotta.
There are new opportunities for architecture oriented towards customisation and integration, thanks to the dialogue between town planning design, construction and technological innovation. With dry construction, the worksite becomes an assembly workshop where it is possible to respond more effectively to the increasingly strict legislation on environmental sustainability, energy savings and earthquake-proofing, without excluding design.
The second edition of the Manni Group Design Award, the international architecture award that identifies the sustainable solutions that are able to write the future of our cities, is underway. The prize money of €20,000 will be awarded to the most sustainable and innovative designs by a prestigious panel of international starchitects.
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