WE ARE A COOPERATIVE
Against the backdrop of a severe economic crisis and an uncertain paradigm, we have striven to create a cooperative that is underpinned by the principle of generating a new approach to construction. Our aim is to add value to the way in which we use the spaces where we live and work. We believe that the spaces we spend time in condition the way we act and the way in which we relate to others.
We are committed to construction that is sustainable, efficient and affordable. We prioritize the use of bio-construction techniques and seek to minimize our environmental impact in accordance with the passivhaus concept.
We work in collaboration with artisans as part of an entramat, or network, that places a high value on a job well done. Our proposals and decisions are the product of a reform-oriented approach and a commitment to social concerns. We strive to ensure that gender equality also becomes a reality in the field of construction.
WE DYNAMIZE THE TERRITORY
We are promoters of the PROJECTE ÀTRIA
We are a group of professionals from different disciplines (construction, communication, lawyers, designers, engineers, etc.) who, aware of the social and environmental challenges, have opted for a project whose mission is commitment to people and territory, ensure sustainability, the environment and the future of our territory.
We design solutions to enhance the rural world
FOR THE PEOPLE
We provide housing alternatives in a rural environment. We adapt and improve homes to meet the needs of different groups and we accompany them in this process.
FOR THE ECONOMIC NETWORK
We improve rural establishments, adapt infrastructure and build sustainably to meet the demand of new audiences.
BY THE TERRITORY
We reuse public spaces and give life to underutilized heritage with projects that respect the environment and aim to boost the territory.
THE ARTISAN ECOSYSTEM
We collaborate with a network of locally based artisans who add value to the work we do.
We are committed to supporting craftsmanship that embraces traditional professions while maintaining an artistic dimension. Examples include ceramics, wrought iron, painting, car-pentry, metalwork, upholstering and wickerwork.
With the support of: