Slow Nature is a Spanish architecture studio that designs and produces prefabricated and transportable suites of sustainable wood, an ecological and efficient alternative to traditional construction.
The mobile suites are designed to meet the needs of individuals and businesses in the tourism sector who are looking for a space to live in responsible with the environment where it is located.
Making use of the latest technologies and the most innovative materials, its construction process mixes craftsmanship and industry, thus reducing delivery times - from 3 months - while taking care of details and minimizing the ecological impact on the environment.
From the combinations between 6 types of modules, main (bedroom, bathroom and 4 secondary (studio, kitchen, living room and terrace) many types of Suite arise that adapt to your needs, being able to choose even the quality of the finishes.
Lluís Raich who met his profession in the distant Chilean Patagonia, while studying, with a scholarship, at the University of Valparaiso. In this environment of stunning nature, he reflected on the close link between architecture, nature and sustainability at a time when in Spain the brick had done just the opposite: to raze an entire coastline and plunge thousands of families into unpayable debts.
On his return home, this Catalan decided, together with his partner Jorge Matas, to bring the project he had been planning for a long time. A company specialized in sustainable wooden houses, designed for both individuals and companies (especially in the tourism sector) looking for a different product.
This is how Slow Nature Suites was born, a company with a short lifespan but which has already won the Rethinking the future awards for its innovative concept: prefabricated and portable homes with the minimum ecological impact, both in manufacturing and integration with the environment.