Progetto CMR at Hefei Hot Summer and Cold Winter Climate Zone Green Building Alliance Conference

On 23rd September 2016 Massimo Bagnasco, Progetto CMR Managing Director, participated at the 6th (Hefei) Hot Summer and Cold Winter Climate Zone Green Building Alliance Conference. This conference, co-organized by China Green Building and Energy Efficiency and S&T Association, aims at pushing forward urban green development in hot summer and cold winter climate zone.

The conference theme is “Green building, green development and eco city”. Industry leaders such as deputy secretary of China Green Building Council Li Congxiao, chairman of Anhui Association of Building Energy Efficiency and Technology Xiang Bingquan were invited as special guests. Meanwhile top government officials and green building experts were invited to join the conference and talk about policies, successful practices and development trend of national green buildings, green campus, green eco cities, prefabrication buildings, smart city and so forth.

The conference is focused on common issues about green architectural development in hot summer and cold winter climate zone and rapid development of green buildings and energy conservation.

At the conference, Mr. Massimo Bagansco has given a speech themed “Eco-city & Green Building: the balance between environmental, financial and comfortable benefits”. He shared the sustainable design philosophy of Progetto CMR and emphasized that “sustainability is a combination of economical-social-financial elements”. Mr. Bagnasco provided his perspective on construction of green buildings, he strengthened that green buildings are not just limited to new buildings. Instead, using green building techniques to rebuild historical buildings is also of great importance. He concluded his speech with sharing two representative projects of turning historical building into fully sustainable building: Garibaldi Business Centre and “San Nicolao” Complex, both awarded for their excellent design in the field of renovation of historical buildings.