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Habitable module

The optimization and development of space is a primary goal of the architecture. Make available to individuals aesthetic and functional spaces created in harmony with their daily activities such as…

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Urban Gardens: a way to feed our city

The reasons which in the course of history have allowed to spread of  the urban gardens are very similar in different parts of the world in particular when they have become…

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The curved panel enlarges Emmedue project proposal

  The Emmedue building system offers a wide range of panels including : single panel, ” hp ” single panel, double panel, Landing panel, staircase and floor panels, which are…

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Underground cities

The so-called “underground cities” are not an invention of the modern era, these types of buildings find their origins to the dawn of human history. One of the last and…

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Condolences for the death of Nicholas Jacob

Emmedue management together with all the staff express deep condolences for the untimely death last May 10, 2015 of Nicholas Jacob, who worked for Emmedue in India, remembering him as…

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Building in Algeria: increasing imports of construction materials

Building in Algeria: With its public investment plan adopted for the period 2010-2014, the Algerian government has allocated significant resources (40% of 286 billion dollars) to the continuation of development…

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Emmedue and Schlatter begin a long term partnership

Emmedue and Schlatter are two leaders in in plant engineering and construction.

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MADE expo 2015: in Milan at the center of Architecture, Design and Construction

MADE expo 2015 is green: a series of innovative systems designed to improve energy efficiency and building insulation will be exposed.

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Study on the thermal insulation of buildings in Europe

Under the lens of EURAC the energy requirements and the thermal insulation of residential buildings in Europe.

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EPS, the future of efficency lives here

To assess the environmental friendliness and the overall environmental load of a product in EPS, AIPE makes use of the LCA method – Life Cycle Assessment – and standardised international parameters.

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EMMEDUE at the EPS internacional convention

The event took place in Budapest from September 7th to 12th, and saw the participation of the most important companies in the EPS field, representing twenty countries.

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EMMEDUE building system in Seymour Airport, the most eco-friendly of the world

The Emmedue building system, produced by the Plant Hormi2 Paneles y Costrucciones Panecons, was used in the realization of Seymour Airport, in the heart of the Galapagos National Park (Ecuador).

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NEW EMMEDUE PLANT IN MALAYSIA OWNED BY THE COMPANY PESONA METRO HOLDINGS BERHAD

Few months ago, a new plant was inaugurated in Malaysia. The new plant is owned by the company Pesona Metro Holdings Berhad. Pesona Metro Holdings Berhad is the only company…

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Emmedue DRAW ATTENTION AT “LOGISTICS SUPPORT AGENCIES FOR POWER” OF MOSCOW.

Another award for Emmedue® rewarded by Lieutenant General P.A. POPOV Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation for the quality presented at the International Exhibition “LOGISTICS SUPPORT FOR POWER…

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THE Emmedue BUILDING SYSTEM at “BATIMAT EXPOVIVIENDA” IN BUENOS AIRES WITH DIEDRA – GRUPO FARALLON

From June 04th to 07th 2014 DIEDRA, our Argentinean partner, attended the annual edition of BATIMAT EXPOVIVIENDA at the exhibition centre LA RURAL in Buenos Aires (Argentine). The exhibition gets together…

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Emmedue fantastical project “Kinder Pitufi Aldea” Bolivia

The “Kinder Pitufi Aldea” project has been realized in Ulincate (Cochabamaba – Bolivia) using the EMMEDUE building system, by a couple of teachers fan of the popular animated series “Puffi-The…

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Emmedue Project “Puerto Plaza Las Terrenas” in Dominican Republic

  The Emmedue building system stimulates and encourages the creativity of architects all over the world since they can count on a flexible and structural high performance product. Just look…

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