Sustainable resort design strategy: the pioneering example of Port Marseillan. According to Miguel Espada of Propriétés & Co, the design strategy for a Resort (Hotel & Branded Residences) must be in line with the global 2020-2050 sustainable development objectives for the planet. More specifically, Objective 11, « Sustainable Cities and Communities ». Building for tomorrow: Port-Marseillan !
Electric vehicle at the Port Marseillan resort – Propriétés & Co – Miguel Espada
It is everyone’s responsibility and our personal commitment as planners and architects to create the right conditions for developing inspired destinations. Centred on people, a crucial aspect of which is protecting and regenerating the environment for future generations.
At Slow Life Architects, our approach to design must be proactive and integrate all the elements of sustainable development. This includes eco-design, urban/regional sustainability plans, bioresponsible construction, sustainable operation, social commitment, KM0 supplies and selective recycling.
At the Port Marseillan Resort, we have aligned our design objectives with those of Propriétés & Co. Driven by the vision of Miguel Espada, in order to achieve an approach to environmental preservation, with a particular focus on health and well-being, with benchmark actions.
The following themes form an integral part of the Port-Marseillan specifications :
– Integrating the project into its urban and natural environment
– Controlling water, energy and lighting management systems
– A resort within walking distance that encourages interaction between residents
– Promoting the integration of the project into local social and economic life
To find out more about this initiative by Propriétés & Co and Port Marseillan, read the full article. Building for tomorrow: Port-Marseillan !