ECONYL® yarn goes to Science Museum!

24 Lug 2013

Only 2 days and a few hours are left for the opening ceremony of the new Science Museum of Trento, the MUSE. The building was designed by Renzo Piano and it is located in Trento, in the northern Italian region of Trentino Alto Adige.

The Museum invited Aquafil to be present – with other 16 firms – in the space dedicated to sustainable companies active in the region.  What a better occasion than this to talk about the sustainable applications of our ECONYL® yarn and the Regeneration System that allows to regenerate nylon waste into ECONYL® yarn for new products for textile, carpet flooring and – as it is the case with Legologica – sustainable housing.

Aquafil will be present at this exhibition during the next three months so if you have the occasion, come and have a look!

ECONYL® yarn  is used to make the nets/bricks that, once filled with natural materials, are used to isolate Legologica on the outside. Legologica can be used for rural hotels, didactic facilities, bivouac and shelter for emergency situations.

Original Legologica project:

SA Workshop+BBstudio, Architect Francesco Bombardi

In charge of the Legologica Project at MUSE

Arch. Massimo Davi

Render by SA Workshop+BBstudio

 

HERE BELOW, SOME PICTURES FROM THE OPENING CERIMONY WITH THE LEGOLOGICA BRICK MADE WITH ECONYL® YARN

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