The Primavera Residences, ITPI’s first condominium in CDO, is one example of the company’s highly sustainable and efficient building design.
This two-tower mixed-use property has environment-friendly features, including an inner courtyard, as well as a cross-ventilation layout among the units that enhances natural airflow and light.
Shaded façades also minimize solar illumination on the windows and moderate the temperature inside each unit. Residents may reduce their use of air conditioning to as much as 32 percent.
Moreover, the building is designed to have photovoltaic solar panels to produce renewable energy for the common areas, and thus reduce the condominium costs for unit owners.
Primavera Residences is designed to target energy balance. On one hand, it reduces energy consumption. On the other, renewable energy features are applied to produce energy for the building itself.