BOAVISTA Windows were chosen for the ultra sustainable office complex in Matosinhos, Porto.
BOAVISTA joins PassivHaus Portugal in promoting passive construction as a vector for sustainability.
Localizado na Rua do Crasto, Foz do Porto, trata-se de um edifício residencial multifamiliar. A poucos metros do mar e bastante exposto aos elementos climatéricos, a resistência à corrosão foi um dos factores decisivos para a escolha da BOAVISTA Windows para o fornecimento de caixilharia.
The Portuguese National Innovation Agency recognised last October the suitability of FWD Lda, Boavista Windows' parent company, for research and development in the technical-scientific domain of Habitat, namely in the areas of New Advanced Materials/Materials and New Methods of Sustainable and Efficient Production.
“Open Innovation @ BOAVISTA” is, once more, the subject of a study on Open Innovation by the students of the Master in Innovation and Technological Entrepreneurship at the University of Porto. This year the presentation is digital, but the philosophy is the same: show BOAVISTA's innovation strategy and analyze potential business to be developed in partnership with the University.
A BOAVISTA estará nas Quartas Eco em Webinar nos próximos dias 11 e 18 de Novembro para apresentar as suas soluções de caixilharia em fibra de vidro. Mais informações e inscrições no site: https://www.csustentavel.com/quartas-eco-em-webinar/
At BOAVISTA Windows it is in our core values to Think Ahead. We know that, in order to have a future, we must preserve the world we live in.
Located in the Saldanha area of Lisbon, this residential building stands out for the noble materials of its facade. Designed by Gonçalo Rangel de Lima, it is located in Rua de Pinheiro Chagas and will be completed very soon.
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BOAVISTA is finishing project Antero Quental, in Porto, Portugal. Located just a few meters away from the Lapa church, this project is a refurbishment and expansion of an existing building from early XX century.