The environmental dimension of detailed design. Experiences and future perspectives

The environmental dimension of detailed design. Experiences and future perspectives
17 Gennaio, 2020 MDS

Macro Design Studio si impegna a promuovere la cultura della sostenibilità da molteplici punti di vista, inclusi servizi di consulenza professionale, formazione e ricerca.
Come parte di questa missione, Paola Moschini di Macro Design Studio è stata recentemente co-autrice assieme a Monica Lavagna, Alessandra Bessi  e Andrea Meneghelli, di una pubblicazione che esplora le criticità ambientali che necessitano di essere affrontate nella fase esecutiva di progetto.
Questo articolo è stato selezionato per essere pubblicato dalla rivista scientifica TECHNE.

The ever-increasing attention to environmental dimension is prompted by the desire to achieve the environmental certification of the building (e.g. LEED) or to satisfy the Minimum Environmental Criteria (CAM) in the Green Public Procurement (GPP). For some years now the demand for buildings with sustainability certifications issued by third parties, such as LEED, BREEAM, WELL and Living Building Challenge, is steering the construction market (Fig. 1), mostly the tertiary sector. In this context, in fact, clients require designers to build a LEED-Gold certified building, as a basic requirement in order to have a property that is rented or sold better, with an increase in the value up to 11% (Rebuild, 2018), and in less time, as a guarantee of reduction of operating costs (up to 14%) and better quality of life for its occupants (McGraw-Hill Construction, 2008).

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