We are a study-workshop of bioarchitecture, formed by a group of people who work in the development of sustainable habitats through architecture with natural materials, based on respect and understanding of the social and environmental context in which we live. We aim to open a space for the participatory transfer of knowledge related to social context and architecture with natural materials, developed in the following work components:


We design, manage and build architecture with natural materials such as bamboo, wood, raw earth, clays, stones, etc. Committed to the environment and community development, we take full advantage of traditional construction materials and techniques in the immediate context.


The productive chains, or chains of development, are presented as a model of participatory and inclusive work.

Guadua and natural materials, for being elements with great attributes (from their place in nature, to their utilitarian and aesthetic transformation), are shown as a great productive chain with possibilities of development in all its aspects.