Rome and Milan are worlds apart in many aspects, but they are both fascinating cities and have a great number of attractions.
Rome is synonymous with history, while Milan is synonymous with business and modern frenzy. They are two international metropolises with breathtaking scenery where you obligated to live the lights, smells and taste of the cities intensively.
At the moment in Rome there are many construction sites that are in full swing. These apartments and villas are located in various areas of prestige. The idea is to start taking back old buildings and turn them into elegant, modern housing with innovative design and using innovative building materials.
The new apartments will be personalized with modern home automation systems that can control the operation of various devices of the home, and provision for interrogation and remote control. You will live in the future by erasing time, having before your eyes the same scenario of the ancient Romans.
In all of the construction sites the use of renewable energy and energy efficiency systems has been projected, this makes the buildings little gems of innovation, design and functionality.
There is talk of photovoltaic panels, solar thermal panels, floor heating, bio-fuel boilers, life-saving alarms in case of gas leaks with stop valves, provision for a Home Theatre System and data cabling. In fact they will have entire buildings with energy classification A +. Being mostly renovated buildings, proves the excellence of the workers that are able to make them modern and efficient, as well as "environmentally friendly"
Energy certification is a procedure that aims at evaluating and promoting the improvement of the energy performance of buildings, and consumption necessary to maintain a balanced indoor climate. It is part of an environmental protection plan as it allows the reduction of the exploitation of natural resources and the reduction of harmful emissions. It starts from the assessment of architectural features but also takes into consideration the climatic zone where the building is located, the heating used and everything that determines energy consumption. European directives require member states to ensure that the new buildings, and existing object of radical restructuring, to meet minimum energy performance requirements.
The goal for everyone, according to European guidelines, is the so-called "20-20-20", an example, to reduce power consumption by 20% by 2020. Based on...