Ethic & philosophy

Our society is faced with climatic and ecological problems.

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Attentive to climate imbalance, LATULPA invests herself with stakeholders who are aware of the impact of human actions on their ecosystems, is committed to finding solutions.

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Thanks to an architecture based on toric principles, LATULPA designed a “congruent” habitat in harmony with nature and the cosmos; The outcome is an autonomous habitat resistant to extreme climatic and environmental conditions, mainly land-based but which can be installed anywhere;  A habitat that give back to the environment what the Earth has previously offered.

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In line with an eco-design approach, LATULPA only selects materials from eco-responsible companies to secure ethical solutions for future generations.

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