Besides wood, the most common building materials consist of plants. With the most commonly used plant at the moment, hemp. It grows easily and everywhere, requires little water and provides an enormous amount of material possibilities. In addition to the special cultivation of plants for the construction industry, which is a perfect alternative revenue model for agriculture, many materials are also made from residual flows from food production.

In the coming years, in both rural and urban areas, we will see an increase in greenery that helps us build, breathe and live. And rightly so, because plants and trees absorb CO2, give us back oxygen and are a perfect supplier for very sturdy and very healthy sustainable materials.