The environmentally friendly house of Rubner
The South Tyrol Rubner are world leaders in the production of prefabricated houses. The styles range from contemporary taste to local Tyrolean design while production combines traditional construction techniques and the most modern standards of energy efficiency. Environmentally responsible materials are used such as mineral plaster, cork, fiber and wooden boards, cellulose, hemp and plasterboard. The warranty is ensured in every living model. Over the past four decades in the world have been built more than 12.000 Rubner homes. Among the many types of projects everyone can find their own home.
You can choose your home between the lines of Classic Design
Classic designs are linked to the story. The company 80 years ago began with the construction of wooden houses from the typical mountain section. A tradition that continues today and has been enriched by the variety of design these chalets of bygone days provided. You can choose both the architecture and the interior.
Customizing the keyword
Even in the modern designs there is no shortage of proposals. Among the Rubner designers, the favorite architect is Matteo Thun Altoatenismo who is a master of building sustainable homes. With his housing model of Heidis Prefab House he won the Industrial Design Shape Forum.
Three construction systems
Blockhaus is inspired by the origins of wooden houses built by overlapping tree trunks. The first Blockhaus Rubner was built in 1964. This type is different as far as stability, insulation and weather resistance goes. Surely it is the most suitable in countries of the world with inclement weather. It is widespread in Northern Europe throughout Alpine and is recognizable characteristic feature of the mountain landscape. Blockhaus is a building type that is particularly suitable for the design and construction of houses with low energy consumption.
Residenz has a lattice structure that combines elements of classic style, timeless, with innovative construction systems according to the highest quality standards and a balanced energy consumption. It is perfect for those who prefer a plaster façade but still want a wooden house. That trellis is the work of a construction technique that has been used for centuries. It provides for low power consumption and high thermal insulation. An example of the high level of aesthetic quality and design flexibility is CasaClima Heidis designed by Matteo Thun Soligno which can live in full contact with nature. The system represents the evolution of construction techniques already in use in the twelfth century between the Scandinavian pioneers of timber. The house type Soligno is composed of solid wood boards of rectangular shape side by side vertically and finger jointed without using nails or glues. The result is absolute bio buildings where the solid wood without polluting substances has excellent static properties, sound and thermal balancing. The wood comes exclusively from mountain forests planted according to sustainability criteria. It is less prone to cracks, it is naturally resistant to wood pests and is peculiar for its dimensional stability.