Welcome to the place where we partner with architects to bring contemporary architecture designs to life.
No longer are your commercial architecture projects confined to the limitations of traditional building products that are lightweight but too weak to offer practical solutions or materials that are strong but too heavy not to compromise the design both causing continued maintenance over the life of the project.
Lightweight – High Strength – Insulated
We at Contemporary Architecture Design empower the architecture design firm with sustainable true green architectural materials that are both lightweight high-strength using a patented technology that can be guaranteed true flat – and stay flat for 50 years.
Imagine your green architecture design imbued with characteristics that exercise the most responsible use of natural resources combined with recycled materials resulting in a sustainable architecture approach for luxury architecture applications.
With its roots in the aerospace technology and combined with fine woodcraft technology this revolutionary newly invented technology results in a flat building material that can be configured in any length, width or thickness to replace other materials like plywood, particleboard, MDF, concrete, aluminum and steel that are not Eco-friendly.
Over the course of the last 10 years, this material has been used in oversize large doors without fail. In fact, this is the only material that can make a large door that will not warp, bend, twist or cup over time – a common flaw in large doors made of any previously existing material.
Now your modern architecture design to the next level of green building architecture as your sustainable architecture design continues to explore the new found possibilities.
We are solving the problems associated with strength and weight in architecture architectural design in New York City, all major metropolitan areas and cities across the USA and we also serve the world beyond the borders of the United States.
Please contact us to discover what contemporary architecture is.