Building ecologically is no longer a foolish dream for the few in the know but has now become a necessity for the protection of the environment and therefore of our health. It is a need that our grandparents didn’t feel because at the time all houses were more or less ecological: stone, terracotta, wood, lime, vegetable fibre etc. – all natural materials, found in the local area and disposible everywhere. It was in the XX century with the indiscriminate use of what at the time were new and versitile construction techniques, such as cement binders and plastic materials, that natural materials found progressively less space in “modern” construction. Of course this new era of construction undoubtedly had pressing problems such as the enormous development of urban areas and thus the need to construct large buildings at a reduced cost. Unfortunately, if this “modern” construction managed to provide dwellings for the masses, the other side of the coin was that our beautiful planet was, possibly unconsciously, being ruined, sometimes irreparibly, filling it up with reinforced concrete, polyethylene, polystyrene, asbestos and so on. These materials were sometimes even toxic for human beings but certainly difficult if not impossible to dispose of in the environment. It was in the 70s and 80s that in highly industrialised and thus profoundly polluted countries of Northern Europe and North America that awreness developed of the ecological problem and the corresponding need to save energy. They studied the polluted sources in depth and their effect on the environment and its inhabitants and first identified in ecological construction the possibility of making an enormous contribution to the clean-up of the world and to protecting our health. Basically natural construction has made us take a leap backwards in time, rehabilitating all of the most traditional and natural building materials. But it has also led to the development of technology and a lot of research has been done with the aim of putting natural construction to the best use in different situations and bringing it up to out aesthetic and operational standards.

Our company has been operating exclusively in the ecological building sector since 1994, selecting and importing the best products available with all the exclusive rights.

The founder of the company Leo Bodner®

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Siamo orgogliosi di comunicarVi che quest'anno la ns. azienda ha compiuto un " quarto di secolo ". In questi 25 anni abbiamo accumulato molta esperienza in tutta Italia ed anche all'estero. Abbiamo isolato termicamente ed acusticamente (e sempre e solo con materiali naturali) le prime due case passive d'Italia nel 1999 e nel 2001, oltre ad averne realizzate molte altre nel corso del tempo. Un elenco innumerevole di CaseClima, ristrutturazioni, Hotel, Scuole ed Asili, Case in legno ed edifici industriali. I ns. prodotti Biosplan®, Biosfloor®, Leo Bodner® Radiant15®, oltre ad essere marchi registrati, sono ormai un riferimento tecnico per chiunque si occupi di sottofondi e massetti a secco, isolamenti termici ed acustici e riscaldamento radiante a bassissimo spessore, a bassissimo consumo energetico e bassissima inerzia termica. I ns. pannelli in argilla - terra cruda, sia neutri che radianti a parete o soffitto, sono diventati uno standard nelle case in legno dove aumentano l´inerzia termica, ma anche nelle ristrutturazioni e negli edifici nuovi. I ns. intonaci in argilla terra cruda sono composti solo di argilla, sabbia vagliata e a volte di fibre naturali ma non contengono mai resine o addittivi "non meglio identificati" e quindi esaltano al massimo le qualitá della Terra Cruda. I ns. pannelli in canna palustre hanno soppiantato moltissimi altri isolanti a cappotto perché, contrariamente agli altri isolanti, sia naturali che sintetici, non temono l´umiditá. In oltre vent´anni di importazione e distribuzione in tutt´Italia di pitture naturali e trattamenti per legno e pietra non abbiamo mai avuto un singolo reclamo, cosa assai rara nel mondo dei colori naturali. Se di Vs. gradimento cliccate "mi piace" sulla ns. profilo aziendale Facebook: Leo Bodner Edilizia Ecologica. Grazie. [Web Agency] | © 2005 Leo Bodner | BIO-ARCHITETTURA | BAUBIOLOGIE | LEGAL NOTES | LOGIN   

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