What is meant by bio-architecture
Bio-architecture or bioclimatic architecture favors the use of materials and techniques that allow energy savings and do not pollute or damage human health. In fact, bioarchitecture is a concept linked to the awareness that technological processes have a limit and that the environment cannot be exploited indefinitely, since the resources of the territory are not inexhaustible.
Bio-architecture was born in Germany towards the end of the Seventies, after the world energy crisis of 1973. The vast world of building production, and not only, began to take into account some tricks used since the past and gone into disuse, as solutions for ventilation, shading, cooling, thermal insulation, reduction of heat loss, natural lighting, etc. . Bio-architecture aims to design in a sustainable manner, experimenting with new systems, such as the use of solar energy in homes, and using materials that tend to limit impact such as wood, stone, plaster, or in any case natural products instead of chemical origin.
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