Lluís Raich found his calling by chance in the in distant Chilean Patagonia. While studying at the University of Valparaiso on a scholarship, in an environment of stunning nature he began to reflect on the close link between architecture, nature and sustainability. The contrast with Spain, where architecture has been used with excuse to raze entire coastlines and plunge thousands of families into unpayable debts, motivated him to look for an alternative.
Family Suite C
Home Suite F
Back home, the architect joined forces with his partner Jorge Matas to carry out his project: a company specialized in sustainable wooden houses, designed for both individuals and companies (especially in the tourism sector) looking for a different product, a space to live in that is responsible with the environment where it is located. And so Slow Nature was born, which has already been awarded the Rethinking the Future prize for its innovative concept of housing.
Mini Suite B
Nature Suite C
Making use of the latest technologies and the most innovative materials, its construction process mixes craftsmanship and industry, thus reducing delivery times - starting from 3 months - while taking care of details and minimizing the ecological impact on the environment.
Slow Nature designs and produces prefabricated and transportable sustainable wood Suites with a minimal ecological impact, both in the manufacturing process and their integration with the environment, an ecological and efficient alternative to traditional housing. The Suites are fully customizable, choosing from 6 types of modules (bedroom, bathroom, studio, lounge and terrace) those that best adapt to the user's needs and including the quality of finishes.
The perfect home for you and the environment.
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