Atalanti Hills

Greece

Architect WATG
Status Planning
Services Environmental Design, Energy, Sustainability, Wind and Microclimate

This development in the mountain countryside of Greece comprises 5,000 villas, 3 hotels and a cultural village on a 1,250 ha site.

XCO2’s integrated environmental strategy was based on a closed-loop cycle, in which resources and residues are reutilised as much as possible to minimise the inputs and outputs of the development, therefore reducing its environmental footprint.

XCO2 worked closely with the design team to improve the environmental performance of building design, and proposing and testing improvements through environmental modelling, therefore allowing the whole resort’s impact to be greatly reduced.

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