The bioarchitecture is the science that places the focus on the outside at the center of the restructuring activity, trying to combine environment and buildings.In this perspective between 2000 and 2003 in Cambio was commissioned the conservative recovery of a manor house of the 1400s, called by the locals the White House, precisely the its original color.This splendid and luxurious house is located on a hill facing the Ugolino Golf, 8 Km from the Firenze Sud exit of the Autostrada del Sole, 12 Km from the center of Florence and 21 Km from the characteristic Greve in Chianti.In the design phase, particular attention was paid to identifying solutions that respect the environment, both in terms of visual and environmental impact.For this reason, the foundations, the roof, the floors and the paintings were used non-polluting materials. In addition, to reduce energy waste to a minimum, an < strong> under-floor heating system and solar panels were installed for hot water production.The particularity of the structure and the applied solutions has made the farmhouse a unique example of its kind for the territory, so much to be reviewed by numerous German furnishing magazines as an example of a careful recovery of a farmhouse in Chianti .The project was developed by Architect Riccardo Stoppioni and the works were followed by Engineer Franco Marinelli, at the time Director of INBAR, National Institute of Bio-architecture.