James & Mau has put their focus on innovative and contemporary designs based on bioclimatic (sustainable design that mainly addresses comfort through design adaptations, site-specific and regional climate conditions.) and modular architecture.
Infiniski works only with eco-friendly houses and buildings based on the use of Recycled, Reused and Non polluting (green) materials and the integration of alternative and Renewable energy.
About the Project
Project: Infiniski Manifesto House
Construction Area: 160m2 (+ 15 m2 terraces 2nd floor)
Architects: James & Mau
Location: Curacavi, Chile
General contractor and manager: Infiniski
Renewable Energy: Infiniski + Geotek
Execution time: 90 days
Photographer: Antonio Corchera
Furniture: Cómodo Studio
The Manifesto house represents the Infiniski concept and its potential which is bioclimatic design, recycled, reused materials, non polluting constructive systems, integration of renewable energy.
The project relies on a bioclimatic architecture adapting the form and positioning of its energetic needs. The project is based on a prefabricated and modular design allowing a cheaper and quicker constructive method. This modular system also allows the coherence of the house with possible future modifications or enlargements in order to adapt easily to the evolving needs of the client.
Both exterior and interior use up to 85 % of recycled, reused and eco-friendly materials: recycled cellulose and cork for insulation, recycled aluminum, iron and wood, noble wood coming from sustainable forests, ecological painting, eco-label ceramic etc.
With Infinski's clear category, which is sustainability, in design, it's easy to know what to expect when they're up for a project. Thanks the house's bioclimatic design and to the installation of alternative energy systems the house achieves 70 % autonomy.
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