of a bioclimatic house

We take pride in researching the most efficient way to create your dream home, keeping to the best of our abilities, the environment and nature around us in tact. Here are some key features and components that could make up the anatomy of a Bioclimatic House.


Passive solar design techniques are a key component of bioclimatic studies and sustainable living, as they allow you to harness natural sunlight to reduce your energy requirements and create a more efficient way of living. By designing your home with the orientation and window sizing in mind, you can maximize the amount of sunlight that enters your home and use it to heat your living space naturally.

In addition to passive solar design techniques, using eco-friendly materials can further enhance the sustainability of your home. Materials like wood, bamboo, and recycled glass can be used for flooring, countertops, and other surfaces, while natural fibres like wool and cotton can be used for insulation.

Stucco is a plaster-like material that is made from natural materials such as lime, sand, and water. It can be used for both interior and exterior walls and has excellent insulation properties. Stucco is also breathable, allowing moisture to escape and preventing mold growth.

Limestone is a natural stone that is abundant and widely available. It can be used for flooring, walls, and even roofing. Limestone has excellent thermal mass, which means it can absorb and store heat, helping to regulate indoor temperatures.

With passive design techniques, we build drier homes, preventing mould formation for cleaner indoor air and healthier living conditions.

Straw-bale walls are typically constructed by stacking bales of straw together and then covering them with a plaster or stucco finish. The bales themselves provide excellent insulation, making them ideal for cold climates. They are also fire-resistant and have a low carbon footprint, as they are made from a renewable resource.

In addition to their energy efficiency and eco-friendliness, straw-bale homes are also affordable and easy to build.

Cork is a renewable and sustainable material that is harvested from the cork oak tree. It has excellent insulation properties, making it ideal for flooring and wall coverings. Cork is also resistant to moisture and fire, making it a safe and durable option for the home.

Our services expand 360º degrees. In addition to architectural services, we assist our client with:

  • Habitation licence
  • Architectural specifications
  • Certificate A and A+
  • Architecture acoustic certification
  • A beautiful bioclimatic house like no other

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