The Green Nest House is the result of several years of research in the studio, our experience in the residential sector and our desire to offer the market a sustainable, healthy, digitised, industrialised, recyclable, zero-emission house with a unique design that blends in with its surroundings.
A house conceived under the principles of the circular economy, focusing on two main objectives: the well-being of the individuals and the generation of a positive impact on the ecosystem and its surroundings. The Green Nest House aspires to be a benchmark in circular architecture, analysis of a building’s life cycle, reduction of gases, energy consumption, and use of local materials.
For this adventure, we have surrounded ourselves with a great team that was also present at the fair. Growing Buildings, a construction company with years of experience specialising in passive and sustainable housing, will be in charge of building future homes. A technical team formed by SJ12 headed by Albert Colomer, our expert engineer in energy efficiency and health, Gruart, a team made up of technical architects responsible for economic and construction control, Otherstructures, our structural consultant, and Energreen consultancy specialising in circularity. Finally, as an official supplier, we have Verdtical who will be responsible for the green envelope that is the hallmark of the house.
This first edition of the Feria Maresme Ecoconstruim, sponsored by the Maresme town councils, was held in the EcoHUB space (Cabrera de Mar), a unique meeting place for professionals in the construction sector, with more than 30 companies concerned with sustainability, energy efficiency, the use of natural and healthy materials, wood construction, and bio-architecture.