The philosophy of architecture has always been the answer to the quest for human stretches. The answer in our 2020s comes in the responsive wave for spatial constructions. This overlook for “stretch” to the space where humans occupy can be efficient and productive.
The quest of humans in these times for more freedom, reliability, and IoT
all descend under the umbrella of sustainability. This umbrella has another root concern about “go green” projects. However, this umbrella is facing a lot of headwinds. Mainly the scientific construction of these buildings and the methods used.
The choice of tools, the guide for the construction industry, and the energy management strategies differ in our process flow at Gnoci. Our selection of tools and the technical elements of what products and items The advocacy philosophy towards sustainability build on the reality that construction in the 21st century consumes more resources than ever. Therefore, there is a strong relationship between resource-intensive use and the 21st century.
The notion of stretching, growing more prominent, and designing the figures on the natural ground uses resources more than ever. It is time to discuss the efficient and effective management of resources to construct. For instance, the space for a particular window can take the role of a led sunlight that produces energy.
These standards can enhance energy management and strategies for sustainability. But also raise questions about what a sustainable building is and its advantages?
The fundamental purpose of the sustainable building process is to minimize its harmful environmental effect. Sustainable construction builds on three main solid criteria; the use of recyclable and renewable materials in construction projects, the reduction of energy consumption, and waste production.
Moreover, sustainable construction does not have a specific lifetime phase. It is built for a lifetime. And when the project’s construction ends, the structure’s design performs its duty and role-shared environmental effect during this lifetime. The architecture indicates that the building’s design includes characteristics and materials that have a safe long-term impact on the environment. These can consist of energy-efficient roof hatches on the rooftop, solar panels, appropriate insulation to prevent heat loss, and minimizing energy consumption from the grid that mostly comes from fossil fuels and long lifespan building materials.
Hinting at some quantitative studies, the advantages of sustainable construction follows this way. It consumes 25-40% of total energy and
30% of raw materials. In addition, the sustainable building can be responsible for only about 30-40% of global greenhouse gas emissions and 30-40% of solid waste generation. Hence, we can say we are heading toward the most promising option by minimizing numbers.
Our strategy at Gnoci has multiple facets, varying from the plan and consultation to the actual program of building the systems, including the total architecture. But how can we help you with building sustainable projects?
We begin with planning and providing sustainable building solutions for your projects with up to 0% carbon emission. This process includes the ideation methods and approaches. We design and prepare you with replaceable, environmentally friendly materials for your current ones. For example, we use a modular battery system (offset tons of CO2) that recharges solar panels to power vehicles and incorporates plastics to produce durable and recycled construction materials. We provide you with Green certification based on the LEED rating system for your sustainable projects.
All of the mentioned steps are procedural and technical. However, we aim to maintain that procedure. And stand along the way with you to support the lifetime of the building. Our focus is on the sustainability of the construction; what comes next? And by asking this question, the benefits of the projects will reflect and function.