Architecture and sustainability (and durability) provide for a built environment that not only satisfies human needs, but also respects the delicate balance of our current systems, it guarantees harmonious coexistence between people and the planet.


The integration of sustainability and durability in architecture means being aware of one’s responsibilities towards the environment.
It becomes important to understand all the aspects that create this holistic strategy. 
In fact, all these aspects are primary in a collective architectural approach. 

Sustainable architecture guarantees important benefits in social and environmental terms. 
Through green building, it is possible to create less energy-intensive and more efficient buildings, capable of ensuring maximum comfort with minimum energy consumption, as well as having a limited environmental impact thanks to the choice of ecological materials coming from sustainable production cycles. In detail, this approach aims to achieve sustainable comfort by carefully evaluating the social and environmental impact of buildings at each stage of the life cycle of real estate construction.

Sustainability also means durability. 
If a building is made to last for decades, waste and the energy costs of reconstruction and maintenance are automatically reduced.
Durability emphasises the value of sustainable materials, accurate design and resilient construction techniques, which contribute to the longevity of buildings and the well-being of communities.


Working on different types of projects gave us a good opportunity to experiment and develop our knowledge of various sustainable, ecological and durable materials as well to better understand their versatility, their behaviours and the techniques to use.

By focusing on sustainable materials such as wood, fiber cement, hemp and a large variety of new composite materials, it is possible to design a different “customised” building each time. At the same time, thanks to new technologies (green roofs, solar panels, windows with energy and brightness control systems, air purification systems and much more), it is possible to create a healthy and intelligent building in which people will feel comfortable.


Considering flexibility, versatility and customisation as key elements, our concept is based on main elements such as walls, floors, roofs, and windows which can be composed together creating a customisable space and creating different layouts every time.

With partially prefabricated CLT elements, both the production and the construction process, can be accelerated and be more economical.

It is interesting how each house can develop in different ways: from the beginning as well as over time with further expansions. The future house can be an element in itself: autonomous and unique, at the same time, by assembling and composing different houses together (from terraced houses to the most original compositions and assemblies), it can easily adapt to the place and the needs of the place or the customer.


Our modular system idea started with a tiny house: a small wooden-framed module with prefabricated parts made of CLT and sustainable materials.
31 tiny houses introduced as hotel suites, in the landscape of a wellness complex.