Architecture’s great commitment is to find the correct relation between safety and comfort, the latter being the correct relation between temperature, humidity, lighting and ventilation.The very definition of the bioclimatic experience excludes the possibility of any kind of universal model.The bioclimatic concept is, above all, a commitment between climate, place, culture, local traditional materials and the architectonic programme itself. The synthesis of this is an always individualised ‘inhabitable wrapping’.Nature provides us with climatic conditions (variation in air temperature, incident solar radiation, wind systems, air direction, speed and humidity), which …show more content…
Architecture and technology.
In adverse climates it is difficult to fully satisfy what modern society demands as a minimum level of comfort solely with architectonic devices.Some good allies to obtain the optimum level desired are alternative sources of energy, although they should be clearly differentiated from the bioclimatic concept.The following project, an ENVIROMENTAL EDUCATION CENTRE situated in a village on the Castillian plain combines both systems. A mini solar photovoltaic central is integrated into a totally boiclimatic building, not only to cover its needs but also to