Building a house in a highly technological ecosystem requires a specific design and a digital fabrication specially designed to respond to the new challenges it represents.
The smart home aims to improve people’s lives and make us do it in the most sustainable way possible.
They must therefore respond to several fundamental criteria, such as comfortable and quality habitability, sustainability and affordability.
The solution must be adaptable to a highly technological urban architectural context, of high urban density, respectable with the environment and accessible to the majority of citizens.
Innovations in the refrigeration and geothermal heating system, automated vehicle parking facilities, are some sustainable, cutting-edge projects that represent a great challenge when it comes to designing and building an intelligent home.
But undoubtedly one of the most anticipated innovations in the future smart city, will be the use of vehicles and autonomous smart cars, without a driver.