In our practice, “sustainability” is the confluence of technical performance and the best possible social, environmental and economic outcome.
Our approach is to always balance between the technical requirements - critical for the success of a project – and the safeguard of the natural and built environment, through careful sensibility for the places where we work and the people whose lives we impact. We are also committed to support cultural sustainability of a project, promoting extensive engagement of local populations, respecting and acknowledging the identity of the place we work, and caring for conservation and taking full advantage of cultural heritage sites. We focus on carrying out viable, bearable and equitable projects, to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Climate changes of the last decades are changing significantly the environment in which we design and build. Climate alterations, increased criticity of rainfalls and runoffs, increase of sea levels, loss of land and desertification are all aspects that directly affect our work. At Lotti, we always give due and careful consideration to these phenomena and their evolution, to deliver sustainable and safe projects, able to respond to current and future needs.