In phase of planning we do a "screening" to individualize Hartmann's grid and zones with problems of electromagnetic character.
The electric installation has been projected to avoid electric fields in proximity of beds (no electric cable passes behind beds) and during the night a switch detaches the current in the night zone; on a wall of a bathroom adjacent to a bedroom shielded cables have been used.
The heating system is put under the floor (one of the most important themes in bioarchitecture), it offers characteristics of fundamental importance:- heat is shared in a uniform way on all the surface, giving the house a total comfort impossible to get otherwise;
costs of management are lower because boiler works with very lower temperatures (30-40°C in comparison with 60°C or more of radiators' heating) saving money up to 30% for year!
dust doesn't circulate (nor bacteria!) and there's not enough dampness to make acari proliferate.
We don't have ugly radiators all around our house (even if modern design tries to refine them, they are never beautiful and they steal vital space to the walls).
Beds are oriented with their head looking north to follow the earth magnetic flux and they are positioned to avoid Hartmann's nodes.
Day space is projected as an "opening space", with a panel wall that can rotate to double the living room.
only materials according to bioarchitecture concepts have been used: natural hydraulic lime for plasters, lime dye for ceilings, natural oil dye for walls, water treatments for parquet, etc.