Meeting the Challenge of Ecological Transition
As architects and engineers, we are joining forces to meet the challenge of the ecological transition in the construction sector by encouraging the use of local resources. We advocate “situated architecture”, i.e. architecture that is inscribed in a geographical, economic and cultural context.
of the CO2 emissions come from the construction sector
of architects would like to use more eco-materials
of local eco-materials are difficult to find or poorly informed
Figures on the French market
A geolocation platform for biosourced, geosourced and reused materials, enriched with references across regions.
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Facilitating access to local and sustainable resources …
of experts :
architects, craftsmen, AMO…
… to make their mark on the building materials market
Improve visibility of suppliers and information on materials: FDES, prices, evaluations, traceability?
Access to constructive details
Disseminate the potentialities of architectural implementation and associated technical details (BIM)
Visibility of experts
Links to regional experts in eco-materials (architects, design offices, project management assistance, inter-professional …)
A marketplace to compare and order different materials
The analysis of the life cycle of a building is at the heart of the next RE2020 environmental regulation
Accompany the actors of the program to the construction site
To get acquainted with the available materials and their potentialities in order to establish the specifications.
Facilitating access to local knowledge & materials at the time of project management studies
Call for tenders
Facilitate the prescription of local materials to construction companies
Construction companies purchase materials from suppliers via Matēr