Pumice Stone LAVA

I choose the power of nature

LAVA pumice stone is extracted on Yali island; it is a chemically inert porous volcanic mineral created by an undersea volcanic eruption of the Nissiros region10,000 years ago.

Due to its physical properties, as a natural raw material LAVA pumice stone is:

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Thermal-insulating
  • Soundproofing
  • Non-combustible

It also features:
  • Homogenous quality
  • White colour
  • High mechanical strength
  • Low Specific Weight
        Find attached the pumice stone LAVA brochure
The House ABCD+

The ABCD+ House, designed by French builder Cecile Robin and using Lafarge materials, was inaugurated in 2012 in Roanne (France).

This positive-energy detached concrete house, the result of a close partnership with building firm Cecile Robin Construction, is inspired by the PRO-eco initiative set up by Lafarge in France to make sustainable construction simpler for building professionals.

Combining traditional techniques and innovative materials such as pumice-stone concrete block, the house meets the requirements of 2020 Thermal Regulation as of today. It also offers an urban, architectural and environmental answer to the new challenges of the sustainable city. The house was awarded the golden medal in the "Urban Challenge" category for the House of the Year 2012 classification by French Houses Union.

Follow our guided tour around this new concept for detached aesthetic and affordable positive energy house made from concrete.

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