“Bioarchitecture cannot simply be attributed to any type of construction, it is much more. It expresses a strong alliance between architect and nature, the awareness that we all share a much larger dimension.”

It is so that architect Markus Tauber defined the approach to Bioarchitecture: a philosophy of building, restructuring and living, which aims to establish a balanced relationship between the natural environment and constructions.
Today, it is understood that environmental and landslide degradation are largely due to conventional architecture, which does not pay attention to the forms, materials and structures built. Bioarchitecture means instead providing alternative solutions with effective solutions aimed at reducing environmental impact and indoor pollution in your home.
In the Northern European countries and in some areas of the United States, over the years, a real ecological consciousness has emerged, hence a lifestyle for those that now need to live and work in healthy and comfortable buildings. Architectural choices have, consequently, privileged renewable materials, in order to create real estate in perfect integration with the environment.
When it comes to the concept of Bioarchitecture, then we also talk about prevention, for ourselves and the universe around us. In general, the building will be designed to provide prosperity, inspiring rational and efficient use of alternative energy resources and using untreated and recyclable materials available locally.
The good news is that some natural materials can potentially be used for the production of Biopietra. Among the most common, marble or porphyry waste products, or sands and gravel, can be mentioned, which are useful in producing rebuilt materials with excellent technical characteristics.