Idea

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Description

Our concept consists of fitting into a derelict building. It is about keeping the facades in ruins and clearing all the elements inside so that we can then construct the building with the modules that we have imagined. We have "brick" shaped modules in two different formats that come together with Kerto LVL boards to strengthen the structure. The modules are clipped together with a system of tabs. Then the walls and floors, which are constructed with the same technique, are assembled with bolted fasteners. Intermittently, the blocks are filled with insulation made from bio-based materials or else with rubble from the demolished building for the inertia of the frame to be built.

Key benefit

Simplicity, connectors minimalism, easy to handle, low-tech, kapla system creativity, respond faster with dry construction solution

Material list

Kerto LVL
Rubble - depend of site
Simpson strong-tie

Ecological values

It is about creating a short circuit with what is on site. We deconstruct to reuse material already accessible on site. Thus, we use products that have already absorbed their carbon footprint, we pollute the planet a little less, there is no displacement of matter. We therefore limit the depletion of resources. We're back to more local materials. We also use insulation in bio-based materials to fill the "bricks".

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  • Economical span (mm)
  • Thickness (mm)
  • Airbourne sound reduction factor (dB)
  • Impact sound transmission (dB)
  • Resistance to fire class 30 R
  • Thermal properties

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