Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel's creative director, is giving birth to her first interior design project. Fashion icon, visionary artist and…
Looking for a new balance between the natural environment and the built one, creative and constructive process of housing is looking for new concepts and objectives.
The architect Marco Piva presented at Made the installation “Space for Life” that addresses the issues of small-scale residences, their possible aggregations in more and more complex structures.
Constructive solutions are made in relation to the highest energy standards. The manufacturing technology is that of wood, renewable natural material; energy performances are in “class A“; renewable energies are used and the structure is earthquake-proof and fire resistant.
The building materials are sustainable and high performance. The vertical walls are made with the innovative Greenbiz. Born in Japan, result of research and studies, it is a unique and worldwide patented material, result of a virtuous cycle of production. Cooking at very high temperatures, above 1000° c, makes the matter be like ceramics, so it is inert, fireproof and ultra-micro porous and lightweight.
The characteristics of absorption and thermal insulation combined with the ability to absorb water and hold it for 50% of its volume makes it the best possible material for industrial roofing and terraces with hanging gardens. Used as a coating, it works as a coat and it allows the creation of vertical green.