You mean doing a more traditional style? I visited Italy a year ago, stayed in a lot of 500 yr old buildings, pretty amazing. Renovation costs must be super high to keep up with modern earthquake and energy codes though.
I'm talking about all the buildings built since the 60' without consideration of the context where they are put.
I'm talking about all the houses that should follow some criteria in country side but they don't. And no institution say anything about.
I'm not against new materials, new techniques, new solutions, new technologies, but applyed to old styles to make buildings that relate with the older ones around, like an house I've seen in Dolo, it is less twenty years old, it's built with new materials, but if follows the old standards.