What is the project file? Showing the initiative developed technological and economic feasibility to drastically reduce the environmental impact of buildings, improving comfort, livability and quality of life. How do you show? Housing built that achieves 97.4% reduction of CO2 emissions and 50% water consumption, which involved the know-how and practical commitment to sustainability than 40 companies and two universities internationally. What is the contribution of research group? treatment provides interior painting and color of the Sun-silicate mineral, along with the protection of wood with natural wood stains Livos. Decorative finishes, flame retardant, hygienic, anti-static and inhibitor of microorganisms without biocides, fungicides and other petroleum products capable of providing harmful or toxic substances to the applicator and in time the inhabitants of the house. The ecological profile throughout their life cycle (1 / 3 of the environmental impact of water-based paints) also involves a leap forward in improving the quality of life inside the home. Will we see results and build with these advantages? The prototype is located on the campus which will run for a year evaluating the data previously obtained in simulation software. The results will be available in real time on the Web LIMA is developed by a research group formed by private schools and universities of Catalonia and Germany with the participation of 40 companies located in Spain, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Canada and Japan. LIMA is not a house, is a weapon to change the future and a shock feasible in times of crisis, able to give real impetus to the new generation of sustainable housing.