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The LEED certified Green Buildings in Italy.

A book presenting sustainability in architecture from theory to practice, edited by Giuliano Dall’O “We are experiencing a quality change both in new construction sector and in deep renovation of buildings based on city regeneration” quoted the author. The book is published by Edizioni Ambiente.

Matching beauty and Sustainability, anticipating the change in the construction sector: this is the message of examples contained in the book.
Among the projects presented in the book: the Porta Nuova housing estate and the renovation of Palazzo Ricordi in Milan, the i.lab – Italcementi Research and Innovation Center in Bergamo, the new headquarters of Intesa San Paolo Bank in Turin, and the Science Museum MUSE in Trento (both designed by Renzo Piano).
Promoted in Italy since 2008, when the Green Building Council Italia – member of the World GBC Network – was founded, the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) environmental certification protocol achieved in a few years a relevant role in the building sector.
Leadership in Green Building, shows a selection of the most significant LEED certified buildings in Italy. Not a simple collection of buildings, but rather a journey in the Italian Architecture of the last decade, an Architecture that has brought sustainability from theory to practice in the built environment.
Even though many of the buildings hereby described are well-known, their environmental features are often underestimated. at issues are at the core of the LEED certification protocols proposed in Italy and worldwide. In this volume, those values represent the fundamental parameters to describe the quality of that architecture.

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Giuliano Dall’O is Associate Professor in Buildings Physics at the ABC Department (Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering) of Milan Politecnico University.
He conducts research in energy conservation, energy efficiency, use of renewable energy sources. He is the author and co-author of over thirty technical books and around 200 technical articles, some of which deal with LEED certification and are relevant globally.

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