Mission

Aware of current ecological issues, LATULPA’s habitat in an eco-design approach proposes ethical solutions for our children.

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Autonomous and humanistic our architecture allows us to live in consciousness with the nature that surrounds us.

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According to the Brundtland Report, «Our Common Future» ordered by the UN for the 1987 Earth Summit, LATULPA put technology and innovation at the service of sustainable development.

The Brundtland Report highlighted the role of technical progress and innovation in sustainable development: “It is not just a matter of focusing on the planet’s capacity to meet needs, but on the capacity of people to meet them, through innovation and technical improvement”.

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