In the vibrant landscape of Urbanization – Los Monteros Marbella, Spain, Cape Reed embarked on a project that seamlessly integrated nature and innovation. With a team of 5 skilled individuals, this venture was completed within 23 days, defining exclusivity in living spaces.
Crafted meticulously with over 1000 nuts and bolts, the structure relied on 200 carefully selected and pressure-treated poles for its framework. The thatching phase witnessed the usage of 5000 bundles of thatch, 682 meters of Twine, and 120m² of their specialized fire retardant Fireshield, ensuring both beauty and safety.
Fireshield, a specially formulated chemical, enhances fire resistance on thatch, timber, and various other materials. It conforms to international standards like UK Standard BS476 Part 3, European Standard EN13501-5, and Dubai Civil Defence Standards, boasting an impressive B-Roof (t1) fire rating.
This innovative product, Cape Reed Fireshield, embraces an eco-friendly approach with its water-based, non-toxic, user, and environmentally friendly composition. Crucially, the project maintained a core requirement: zero harm to any vegetation during construction.
The ultimate aim was to seamlessly blend the Cape Reed structure into the natural tropical setting of the garden, achieving a harmonious fusion that exudes tranquility and elegance.
In the heart of Los Monteros Marbella, Cape Reed has redefined urbanization with their Fireshield project, exemplifying how nature and innovation can coexist harmoniously. Beyond its structural brilliance, this project stands as a testament to eco-friendly construction practices, where beauty meets safety seamlessly. The tranquil allure of this space is a testament to Cape Reed’s commitment to preserving the natural essence while offering exclusive living experiences.
What is Cape Reed Fireshield?
Cape Reed Fireshield is a specially formulated chemical for enhancing fire resistance in construction materials like thatch, timber, and more. It conforms to international fire safety standards.
Is Fireshield environmentally friendly?
Yes, Cape Reed Fireshield is both user and environmentally friendly, being water-based and devoid of toxic elements.
Did the construction harm any vegetation?
No, one of the prerequisites was to ensure zero harm to any vegetation during the construction process.