We often gripe about green buildings that have “no edge, no, buzz, no style” often “populated
by the self-righteous and the badly dressed” Italian architect
Luca Lancini practices sustainable architecture exclusively, and his
Fujy House definitely has style.
He realises that there is more to sustainability than just systems
and materials, it must have: Goodness: social and environmental awareness
Beauty: choice of contemporary languages that meet aesthetic and functional requirements
Benefit: the ability to create plans at competitive costs with low maintenance and operating costs
Passive solar, certified wood, careful ventilation and non-toxic recycled
materials don't hurt.