We are a group of architects and engineers committed to combating climate change. That is why we put our experience and knowledge in favour of this cause, designing and building passive wooden houses.
We want you to say "I'm in" too, will you join us?
In 2015, the UN proposed a list of 17 sustainable development goals to be achieved by 2030. Here's how we're helping to meet them.
Our passive houses promote the health and well-being of those who live in them. By improving indoor air quality, they maintain a constant temperature and allow for better rest. Furthermore, it has been proven by different studies that wood is a very good material for our body and mind. Due to its physical and chemical properties, wood reduces our stress levels and lowers our blood pressure, giving us a calming effect.
The low energy demand of the passive houses we build allows them to be easily supplied by a renewable energy source.
We incorporate innovative construction techniques that are more resource-efficient and environmentally friendly, such as prefabricated timber construction and bio-construction.
We build sustainable homes that generate less carbon emissions and promote a circular economy by reusing materials at the end of their useful life.
We want our processes to have the least possible impact on the environment, increasing resource efficiency and promoting a sustainable lifestyle.
We go beyond building passive wooden houses to help combat climate change. We are committed to raising awareness of the impact we are having on the environment and the existence of alternatives that bring us closer to a more sustainable future.