Green trends at home


Smart homes, houses with huge verandas, community are only a few examples of the trends and vital choices for pandemic-proof homes. From research centres, to designer’s ideas, to real estate developers all over the world, some trends have emerged on how residential buildings should be.

These trends, that tend to be similar in all countries, come from choices of design and furniture with a high-tech intake which also needs to be sustainable. Some gated communities are already using these appliances, that the big real estate firms together with designers and technology experts have installed in order to benefit from an exclusive way of living.

This trend is becoming more widespread. In China, for instance, Vantone Group – a huge real estate firm with a sustainable imprint – has created autonomous, sustainable, luxury buildings that have unique landscapes. These buildings are accessible to the community and are not designed exclusively for billionaires. European countries – and also Italy thanks to the Ecobonus 2020 – can start thinking about these investments, that will change the lives of people for the best. According to the bigger developers and American real estate promoters, the real luxury is health in all its forms, which is also maintained through the depuration of water and air, with automated disinfections.

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