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We work on 6 basic pillars of architecture that directly affect health in order to offer you some of the best healthy and ecological homes in the world.

A healthy home becomes a living space, provides comfort, promotes relaxation, rest, helps realize the reconnection and daily regeneration of our body and mind”.

The house…

It is much more than a place to shelter from the inclement weather , although it is a basic need, it must be designed and built to protect us, promote the health and well-being of our body both physically and mentally.

  • Comfort
  • Air quality
  • Humidity
  • Light
  • Materials
  • Biocompatible Installations

Our home

It must behave like a living being that breathes, that does not accumulate toxic gases, natural and artificial radiation, toxic emissions, that does not consume energy unnecessarily, that its maintenance is optimal

That the materials used for their construction are healthy and durable, that the mode of production thereof is sustainable, that is to say that it has the least impact on the environment.

Confort

Zero consumption construction

Outside noises can cause problems in concentration and sleep cycles so a good insulation of the spaces will give the place a very comfortable silence.

Una de las acciones más representativas en este sentido es el aislamiento de la vivienda. Se trabaja sobre todo por mantener una temperatura constate, un ambiente saludable y lograr una mayor eficiencia energética, logrando una inercia térmica en el interior de estas viviendas y edificios que nos permitirá mantener la temperatura de estos entre los 18 y 23 grados todo el año y unos niveles de humedad por debajo al 60%. Para ello, se incorporan cerramientos de PVC con triple cristal y doble cámara de gas argón que aseguran el aislamiento sin rotura de puente térmico, logrando altos niveles de insonoridad.

Traditional construction

We know that lack of natural light has different health consequences. If the lighting is insufficient, our brain will remain passive, and will induce pessimism, tiredness and sleep, this is why all the requirements of low consumption is so important.

We must also take into account the integration of better market isolation, the lack of good insulation combined with humidity and other factors will harm the comfort of the family.

Air quality

Zero consumption construction

Through continuous ventilation the house maintains an optimal air quality, also eliminating unwanted particles filters as well as pollen, mites, dust, etc..
Suitable for people with allergy problems or respiratory conditions

Traditional construction

Según la Agencia de Protección Ambiental, la calidad del aire en interiores es a menudo peor que la del exterior.
En los espacios donde viven personas, el aire contiene todo clase de sustancias nocivas tales como bacterias, moho, virus al igual que polen, polvo y otros alérgenos.

Humedity

Zero consumption construction

Our constructions regulate the interior humidity keeping it between 40 and 60 percent. It is important to consider relative humidity, because when it is not in an ideal percentage it can affect the health of residents.

Traditional construction

The effects of moisture on health should be taken into account, below 40% the air is very dry, so it costs more to breathe, dry throat and nose, … If, on the contrary, humidity exceeds 60%, increases the possibility of contracting respiratory diseases (asthma, allergies,…) and lung and aggravates rheumatics.

Electricity

Zero consumption construction

With an appropriate design, you can reduce the consumption of artificial light with the consequent savings. The human needs natural light in order to survive and develop properly. Just by looking at the Sun comes serotonin, the hormone of activity and good mood.

Traditional construction

We know that lack of natural light has different health consequences. If the illumination is insufficient, our brain will remain passive, and will induce pessimism, tiredness and sleep.

Materials

Zero consumption construction

The use of healthy and ecological materials, on the one hand, are harmless to human health and, on the other hand, do not generate a significant environmental impact throughout its useful life, from extraction to destruction.
A healthy construction must behave like a living being that breathes, that does not accumulate toxic gases, natural and artificial radiation, or toxic emissions,…

Traditional construction

The current constructions are full of elements harmful to our health. We can find them for example, in paints and petroleum-derived varnishes that emanate toxic volatile elements such as xylene, ketones, toluene, etc. ; materials such as PVC, insulation, such as rock wool, which can be toxic especially in its manufacture and combustion.

Biocompatible Installations

Zero consumption construction

The aim is that the environment of the house is optimal for health, through biocompatible electrical installations (eliminating as much as possible electromagnetic fields produced by installations with faulty grounding or insulation, excessive motorization or wiring…)

Traditional construction

Long-term exposure of low frequency artificial electromagnetic fields among other effects can inhibit the secretion of melatonin overnight, hindering good rest and cell regeneration, headache, anxiety, fatigue,…