Logi believes that the principles of sustainability are at the core of good architecture. Seeking the best insolation conditions and making the best use of natural light and local winds are primary and fundamental guidelines, and taking them into account is a basic requirement for any high-quality project.
Therefore, taking these variables seriously is a concern when designing our projects, from the first sketches to the very last details. Uniting technical knowledge and the use of BIM technology, we manage to attain the best performance results.
Always seeking to reduce the impact of the building, increasing its energy efficiency and the comfort level of its users, we apply different strategies according to the characteristics of the project, such as:
• strategies to reduce water consumption, such as the specification of metals and ceramics that save water;
• rainwater harvesting;
• water use systems;
• specification of materials (roofs and walls) to reduce the emission of heat by external surfaces;
• adequate division of permeable and impermeable areas;
• use of green roofs;
• adequately placing openings in the building in order to get the best insolation for the spaces;
• correct sizing of shading devices;
• use of strategies and materials in the building envelope to ensure adequate insulation capacity and thermal damping;
• use of natural light, reducing the use of electricity;
• efficient placing of openings to get the best use of natural ventilation;
• specification of environmentally friendly materials;
• optimization of projects and use of more rational construction technologies, reducing waste.
• use of renewable energy sources (solar thermal, solar photovoltaic, wind, etc.);
automation and rational specification of artificial systems (lighting, ventilation, air conditioning etc.), integrated with passive systems.