Wooden structures combine art and the profession of beauty through creating spaces designed and built to customer satisfaction, planning, designing, constructing and maintaining the elements that make up the natural landscape and / or what is created by man.
We deal with the integration of our projects to the natural landscape, the environment and natural fluxes of ecosystems as well as energy conservation, using building materials with low environmental impact.
Advantages of Building with Wood:
The buildings regulate heat, temperature and humidity inside and out, saving on energy consumption for heating and air conditioning, avoiding rheumatic diseases.
They absorb acoustic noise and do not accumulate static electricity, generating an atmosphere of calm, relaxation, quiet and rest.
They are green because they consume little energy in the transformation process therefore they do not pollute, do not generate toxic waste or allergens. The raw material is renewable and sustainable.
These types of buildings are practical in that they are premade, the process of construction and installation is minor, reducing costs of labor and administration.
They are good, practical, mobile, anti-seismic and healthy, in total luxury.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does a wooden house last?
Currently there are medieval buildings made of wood that are still being used.
3 Generations typically, given that today there are products that preserve wood, protecting against insects, fungi, sunlight, humidity and fires.
Can it burn easily?
No, because the walls are made of solid wood, reducing oxygen, which helps combustion and further protection can be supplied with a fire retardant. According to laboratory tests, steel structures collapse faster than wooden ones in a fire.
What type of maintenance is required?
Mineral oil every 2 years on the outside, in hot and cold places, every 3 to 4 years. As for the interior, the mineral oil should be applied every 5 to 6 years.
Why is the use of wood not commonly used in Mexico?
Because we don’t have such a culture. In the U.S., Canada and Finland 80% of the population lives in wooden houses.
Projects – Construction – Consulting
1. Types of Buildings
- Ecological Architecture
- Biological Architecture
- Sustainable Architecture
- Bioclimatic Architecture
- Alternative Architecture
- Building with Wood
2. Green Areas and Open Spaces
- Water Features
3. Building with Wood
- Expansions and Remodeling