Luna Triple Lunawood by Gabarró, most sustainable product in Architecture MasterPrize 2021
, distributed exclusively in Spain by Gabarró Hermanos, has been awarded the prize in the Sustainable Product Category at the Architecture MasterPrize (AMP) 2021, one of the most prominent international competitions that rewards creativity and innovation in architecture and design worldwide.
The prestigious jury of the current edition of the AMP, formed by renowned professionals in the world of architecture, has chosen Lunawood heat-treated wood among thousands of products.
Luna Triple Thermowood by Lunawood is a thermotreated wood tongue-and-groove joint that gives a 3D strip effect to the wood, resulting in a very attractive aesthetic solution for facades, wall cladding or furniture elements. In addition, the hidden nailing profile allows painting prior to installation, which makes installation faster.
Luna Triple is made of Scandinavian spruce, being suitable for both interior and exterior applications and is ideal for both residential and Contract sector.
Its benefits include:
- Deep grooves allow for fewer nails to be used for facade installation
- Nails are concealed so the product can be painted before installation
- High dimensional stability
- Resin-free, non-toxic and suitable for all climates
- Easy to machine and install
- Weather resistant
- Low maintenance
Lunawood is a sustainable wood material produced by natural methods, heat and steam. The thermal modification to which it is subjected improves the properties of the wood, thus expanding the range of applications in which it can be used: facades, solar panels, decking, saunas, etc. A dimensionally stable, rot-resistant, resin-free material that can be used both indoors and outdoors and in any type of climate.
The company has recently introduced its products in the price generator of , a computer application that allows architects to obtain prices and forecast project costs, valid for both new construction and building renovation. This new tool makes it easier for specifiers to use heat-treated wood in their projects, having all the necessary information at hand.