Insulate according to nature
Protect himself from the cold, protect himself from the hot, man has always had this need, which has undergone a different connotation with the change of lifestyle and the transformation of populations from nomadic to sedentary.
At the end of the XIX century, the development of buildings with the use of new technologies, required the introduction of specific insulating materials in order to contain heat losses.
During most of the XX century, the way to work was: the introduction of new and different materials, imposed by technology, fashion or purely commercial needs.
With the process of industrialization and the construction of increasingly chaotic metropolis, to provide a thermal insulation, as well as a suitable acoustic insulation, to protect themselves from more and more intrusive and damaging noises, became necessary.
In recent years, with the importance of the debate about the global warming and so the demand to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, we have attended to a radical cultural evolution, whose result has been a rediscovery of natural insulating materials, already used at the dawning of the insulation of buildings.
Today the common desire, the need to achieve energy savings and the new “Eco-Bio” conscience, determines an inevitable choice: the use of natural products which don’t have harmful effects for people or negative consequences for the environment. This request has a simple pragmatic answer: insulate according to nature.