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EVEN ITALY SETS NEW TRENDS: A NEW A+ SCHOOL HAS BEEN BUILT ON THE ALPS

64 billion euros has been invested in 2015 by the Italian Government in favor of school buildings interventions. The first satisfactions are now arriving: a kindergarten has received the A+ certification thanks to its insulation and thermal inertia in San Vito di Cadore (BL).

 

Available until November the 30th, this fund is part of the “Decreto Scuole Belle” (d.l 42/2016), which is a useful legislation in order to ensure the decency and functionality of school properties.

The title of this law is not just about the “beauty” of the institutes, but aims to promote also the idea of technologically advanced schools in Italy: that is why an international competition amoung architects and engineers  has been launched. What about the project? From northern to southern Italy, 52 sustainable schools have to be designed, in order to represent cutting edge and student-friendly solutions.

Papa Luciani Institute of San Vito di Cadore (BL) perfectly reflects this spirit, as the building is actually an innovative proposal from different points of view: architectural, plant designing, technological and, above all, energetic ones.

 

The school, which has two floors, has been designed in order to limit heat loss: thanks to its projectual structure the building has received the A+ energy certification, with a consumption of 6.6 kWh / m3 per year.

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