HOW DO WE BUILD THEM?
The distinctive characteristic of Biohabitat house is the walls structure, made exclusively in solid wood, divided into multiple layers (vertical, horizontal and diagonal) to form the desired thickness (15 cm, 18 cm, 21 cm).
The cross layers guarantee perfect windbracing and are joined together with wooden dowels, without using nails or glue.
The wood is dried naturally in the open air, then in ovens, until a suitable internal humidity is achieved.
Beech wood dowels are dried to a greater extent than wall wood and then inserted with a pressure of 30 atmospheres into a hole smaller than the same dowel.
This procedure ensures that, absorbing the humidity of the surrounding air, the wooden dowel expands, thus remaining immobilized as if it was a branch that has grown naturally inside the boards.