Incurvo is the first intelligent buildings company which focuses on sustainability, automation, human comfort and return on investment. Founded in Barcelona in 2011, initial work focused on R&D, where energy efficiency services were first implemented in smaller residential and commercial buildings as testing procedures. In 2013, Incurvo was invited to join a European funded R&D project, which focused on vastly reducing the energy demand of four public buildings; the University of Coventry, the school of Skelleftea in northern Sweden and the hospitals of Sabadell and Terrassa, based in Barcelona, Spain. After successfully testing large sustainability measures with high returns, Incurvo opened its London branch, where it launched its services to the private market.

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71 - 75 Shelton Street , London , WC2H 9JQ United Kingdom
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Industry Type:
Environmental Management
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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The Incurvo Method

When designing intelligent buildings it is crucial to understand the building’s entire lifecycle, as well as taking the daily operations of the building users into consideration. This method enables the accurate projection of energy demand changes and identifies the best available measures for higher sustainability. The market is then sourced for the best applicable products and materials, offering full product management, thereby simplifying the process for clients and stakeholders. This enables the calculation of real figures for return on investment and payback. The entire service is focused on prioritising human comfort and improving the user experience.

KEY Benefits:

  • Reduce energy consumption by up to 60%
  • Enhance human comfort
  • Improve building aesthetics
  • Improve building's operations and maintenance
  • Technical product sourcing reduces total project planning and costs. Sourcing helps identify optimum building equipment


  • Use of presence, daylight, time and auto-control of awnings and blinds to optimise and automate lighting systems
  • Automatic activation of all lighting systems in case of a fire or security alarm trigger for added security
  • Use of presence detection for precise and optimised operation of HVAC systems
  • Identify the status of windows and doors and control HVAC accordingly
  • Monitor the status of doors and windows
  • Reporting of water and gas leaks
  • Automatic raising of blinds and flashing of lighting systems during an intrusion
  • Identification of broken windows with glass break sensors
  • Random lighting patterns during absence to simulate human presence for added security
Building Management System
  • Schedule selected loads
  • Monitor and control individual electric loads
  • Schedule certain energy-consuming activities during off-peak hours for cost reduction
  • Control and monitor HVAC, lighting, blinds and security systems automatically
  • Gather electrical information for each building zone
  • Analyse energy data and optimise operations
  • Automatically cut power to unoccupied areas
  • Metering of specific loads