STORK and the London ECOBUILD

How can we challenge ourselves to build a temporary but sustainable structure with STORK for an architecture exhibition?

The challenge to develop of a temporary structure to exhibit STORK | stone & cork at an architecture event in London UK was huge. With an implantation area of 25 sqm, defined by a quadrangular shape that faces 3 sides with active circulation routes, this task was immediately accepted by our team.

Initial sketches made for structure designed for carrying STORK product.
Artwork made by the team of Architects to ensure all aspects of the project have been considered.
Impressive works deserve careful attention by everyone.
Checking all details is crucial when preparing a new demanding project.
Installing before shipping is never easy, but our team was incredibly effcient.
Timelapse of this great project ready to be seen all over the world.
STORK shows how simple it is to combine 2 highly appreciated natural materials.
There is nothing like being surrounded by nature … everywhere.
Playing with STORK’s large panels was unquestionably one of the most fascinating moments of Ecobuild.

INCREASED ARRAY OF BENEFITS ON ALL LEVELS

# Over 50% weight reduction # 30% increase in Thermal efficiency # 10% reduction in noise transmission # 100% elastic recovery # Up to 40% savings of cost per project.

STORK | SEAMLESS BEAUTY * SOLID EFFICIENCY

A REALM OF NEW POSSIBILITIES

ECOBUILD was a living proof that the future of stone is assured. No project is already too small or too difficult to withstand the new features brought by STORK. Along with the most important brands worldwide, this new solution exceeds all products made so far.

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STORK COMPOSITES

STORK COMPOSITES

STORK is a composite product made of Natural Stone and Cork, where the aesthetics is produced by the stone compound layer. Produced in Portugal