Credit must be given to one of the first great thinkers of the architectural and modern design world, Adolf Loos, who said that “man loves everything that makes him comfortable” and, therefore, his home above all. It is here that utility is forced to transform itself into a pleasure for the senses, because a functional home not only means comfort for those who live in it, but it recovers the notion of habitat and applies it to the human being. It is in the home that human life and all of its primary and, therefore most important, functions take place. The performance of products used in constructing homes can only be considered excellent, therefore, when they take into account all the needs of those who will live in it, present and future, so that the home becomes a true patrimony, both economically and emotionally.