The 7th PGBI Webinar Series: GAINING GROUND TOWARDS ZERO ENERGY BUILDINGS
As a result of the pandemic, there is renewed interest in Healthy Buildings and the pursuit of healthy lifestyles. Insights and considerations into developing environmentally sustainable projects are presented from the architectural and interior design points of view.
Romolo Valentino Nati is a multi-awarded Italian architect and the Chairman and CEO of Italpinas Development Corporation, a publicly listed Italian-Filipino real estate development company that specializes in the design and development of sustainable buildings in emerging cities across the Philippines. He will be sharing his knowledge regarding sustainability in the real estate industry in the upcoming 7th PGBI Webinar Series: GAINING GROUND TOWARDS ZERO ENERGY BUILDINGS this August 27, 20212
Nati staunchly believes in working with materials available at the local site. He explains in his previous webinars: “For a building to be green, it doesn’t need expensive technology or materials. However, software, together with the designer’s insight, can be used to address the unique conditions present in a particular location.” He cites significant details such as the angle of sunlight during different times of the day, the wind factor, rainfall, and possible efficiencies in water collection as well as a host of other elements.
IDC is committed to environmental sustainability through elegant architectural solutions and trademarks contemporary Italian aesthetics. Nati said green and open spaces in a natural environment are good for mental health at a time where people’s lives are filled with anxiety and fear.
These design philosophies are showcased in Italpinas’ first visible presence in the Philippines—the award-winning Primavera Residences and Primavera City in Cagayan de Oro. Primavera Residences bagged the Best Mixed-Use Development in the Philippines in the 2014-2015 Asia Pacific Property Awards, the Leadership in Sustainability Design & Performance Award in the Philippine Green Building Council Awards 2016, and certification by EDGE (the IFC/World Bank green building-accrediting body).
Primavera City has also received EDGE accreditation and has been awarded as the Best Mixed-Use Building in the Philippines by the Asian Property Awards in 2017. The latest feather on IDC’s Cappello (hat) arrived in November 2018 with its Miramonti Green Residences winning Best Innovation Project of 2018 from Lamudi, the prestigious online real estate platform.
IDC is now taking steps to stay abreast of market sentiment so that it can continue to fine-tune product offerings and be even more relevant to the market in the post-pandemic period than ever before.
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