We live in an era where society and architecture are trying to re-connect with nature trough sustainable and ecological design. Architecture is in an ongoing cycle of innovative adaptation, meaning that it is continuously adapting itself and the urban environment to the current political and socio-economic factors and environment. Nowadays, the task is to develop a series of architectural and urban collection of ideas with the purpose of creating complex, polycentric bio-cites and advance ecological architecture. This type of architecture goes beyond a simple new trend or style; It is an architecture that comes from unavoidable consequences of corrupt resource administration and the imminent need towards a more environmentally conscious society.

Architectural construction and design are not limited to the building alone but also influenced by the entire life cycle of the building. From the origin and production of resources, construction, and deconstruction, all the way to the reintegration of materials into the resource cycle. In this matter, increasing demand for wood as a construction material is key to meeting the challenges of our age, enhancing environmental sustainability, economic sustainability, and sustainability for our communities.

The ecological design approach was based, on four main concepts for the project: program, thermodynamics, noise control, and structural innovation.