Honext boards have a wide range of construction and design applications. What to do with them is entirely in your hands. You can find inspiration in these recent projects.
Construcía + Hermanos Gómez
Torre d’Ara Coworking
Circular economy pioneer Construcía chose Honext to design a healthy co-working space at the seaside building of Torre d’Ara. Raw Honext boards were treated with renewably-sourced varnish and used as internal cladding and furniture finish, creating an office environment that promotes the user’s well-being while ensuring full recyclability. Honext was also used for the construction of phone booths, leveraging the boards’ superior sound absorption capabilities when compared to materials with similar applications.
Xavier Torrent + Intervento + Flisx
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Honext partnered with museography expert Intervento to create the information panels for More than bees, a Barcelona Botanical Garden temporary exhibit highlighting the essential role of insect pollinators. Honext boards were painted, varnished and digitally printed on to resemble honeycomb-like structures, being later bound together using wooden slats and fine nails. All treatments applied are eco-friendly and can be easily broken down to allow for the complete reusability of the material once the exhibit is over, in line with sustainability efforts to preserve wild bee populations.
European Green Bauhaus
Honext is participating in the European Green Bauhaus initiative, a sustainable construction and renovation programme combining energy demand reduction and renewable energy generation for residential and mixed-use buildings. The project will implement a unique combination of Near Zero-Energy Building technologies and methods, which will be deployed in three living labs covering various bioclimatic conditions: Sant Gil Eco Neighbourhood in Spain, Kultaranta Green Village in Finland and Da Vinci Labs in France. More information coming soon.
A new era for architects and designers is here. Enter Honext: the sustainable and healthy alternative to traditional partitioning and cladding materials.