Information about the design and construction of so-called "green" buildings is increasingly coming to the news feeds of various publications in all corners of the world. Alas, in Russia the situation is not yet so joyful, but I believe it is temporary.
We remind you that by "green" we mean those buildings and structures that largely (or completely) use renewable energy sources - solar, wind, wave, tidal, thermal. In addition, "green" houses practically do not emit carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, and waste is utilized as completely as possible.
Recently, information came from Canada. Architects Joanne Parent, Anik Shooner and Jean-Pierre Letourneux have designed the greenest building in Canada.
According to the assurances of the developers, they made every effort to ensure that the residential building they designed was the "greenest", comfortable and friendly to residents not only in Canada, but also in the world. No more and no less!
In the construction of the structure, the latest achievements of high technologies were used: heat accumulators (geothermal energy sources are actively used) for heating the building and hot water supply. The indoor air will be purified by a whole garden of living plants. Of course, all household waste will also be completely disposed of.
The house is designed on a turnkey basis - many companies-manufacturers of engineering structures, furniture, floor coverings and so on will take part in creating the atmosphere.
The total area of the building to be built in Montreal is 5,700 square meters, the project cost is 28.5 million. Construction is expected to be completed in 2010. Tells the log "/>