Coexist Build has launched a very interesting product: a small prefab wooden house. At the outset, it wouldn't be anything special, but the truth is that this house was designed especially for those who like to do DIY and who, with a little dexterity, can assemble it in just a week.
With just 13 square meters (m2), the philosophy of this cabin with prefabricated structures and materials is to facilitate work and family balance, creating a multipurpose space that can be installed in the garden or backyard. In a pandemic context, the initial idea was that it could serve to work without disturbing the other inhabitants of the house, but also to offer a different space where children could play or enjoy reading a book.
Coexist Build has among its main objectives to develop new materials for civil construction, with sustainability as the axis of its performance.
Hemp is one of the materials they are innovating with. The company uses mineral-based binders to make internally cured hemp blocks. But, in addition, all the materials they work with strictly follow a strict sustainability standard and are sourced locally from FSC-certified forests.
True to its commitment to sustainability, the company officially launched this cabin on April 2nd, coinciding with Earth Day.