With our professional partners, we are able to achieve very high levels of design also for large buildings and for parallel sectors, such as the fire protection design for public or private buildings…The task of Fire Protection Design is to prepare a series of analyses and related technical reports designed to achieve compliance with a building (and the activities within it) to fire regulations.At the end of the Fire Protection Design, it is issued a Fire protection project, signed by the designer and the owner of the building. The document within the technical requirements for fire prevention is verified. They are also set action both in terms of active protection of passive protection to be achieved in order to comply with fire regulations.We can also think of alternative ways to build, for example with wood, from private settings to public buildings. Wood is hypoallergenic and thanks to its physical structure acts as a screen to harmful phenomena, such as electromagnetic fields and electric currents. Wood is a living material, which contributes to living comfort by filtering and purifying the air inside the home. It is a material capable of providing an optimum thermal insulation and to prevent the formation of annoying condensation and mold. The World Health Organization (WHO) states that, to live in a wooden house, helps to strengthen the immune system.Wood is a natural and ecological material. It produces degradable processing residues. The wooden houses are earthquake-proof: the load-bearing and partition walls are made of very flexible wooden elements that ensure compliance with earthquake standards.