The homes are designed to offer all the necessary amenities to customers. The size of the townhouses can be changed depending on the desires of customers.

The materials used and construction methods are all comply with CE standards.
Throughout the city, as well as outdoor appliances, they have been drawn up so as to have no barriers.

The homes will be built with CLASS “0” Passive house

A passive house (Passivhaus according to the original term of the German language) or passive building is a building that draws most of its energy requirements by passive devices.
A passive house is therefore a dwelling that assures thermal comfort without or with a minimum of heating energy source inside the building that is no heating system “conventional”, i.e. boiler, radiators or similar.

The house is called “passive” because the sum of the passive heat contributions of solar radiation transmitted through the windows and the heat generated inside the building by household appliances and by the occupants themselves are almost sufficient to offset the losses of the housing during the cold season.

The architecture is an architecture that covers, with a series of passive devices, the greatest share of the energy requirements of the buildings through hot flows and cold stretches from the external environment. Since in any season the cold and the heat outside they are not always available when useful, makes use of “heat storage masses”, i.e. amounts of materials with high thermal capacity (specific heat x = mass). Since building materials have specific heats little different from each other (about ± 20% around the average value), to obtain effective thermal storage makes heavy use of traditional materials (e.g. Stone, concrete, brick) or to newly developed materials (e.g. PCM phase-change materials), in rare cases to water tanks.

Such materials should be exposed to the inside environment for them to perform their function of accumulation and release of heat and cool, or at most separated from it by means of layers of materials highly heat conductive and fully adhered to them.

It is for this reason that in buildings “light” are used against walls in clay raw or cooked, or coatings with the most expensive plates loaded with phase change materials to implement each of the heat storage capacity inside.












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