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Before being smart, a construction should first be sustainable. If it is true that the notion of sustainable building is closely linked to the matter of environment and multidisciplinary approach, the question of comfort and energy saving remains crucial. The bioclimatic approach constitutes precisely a sustainable construction mode that revolves around the concern of energy and comfort. However, the use of this mode often leads to an additional cost which may be a significant inhibitor of using this sustainable approach. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate that despite the implementation of regulations that encourage this construction method, the additional cost constraint cannot be addressed without the establishment of a financial governance dedicated to the sustainable building sector. By analyzing four experienced projects that were inspired by the bioclimatic approach, namely Al Karama, Jacaranda, Al Ouroud and the new city «Lakhyayta», we will explore what were the main sustainable practices used. Then we will discuss the question of additional coast and measures or arrangements that can be made for a financial governance specific to sustainable building.
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- Bioclimatic Approach and Appropriate Financial Governance to Promote Sustainable Building Design
Khalid EL Harrouni