The latest known pandemic events have created a health emergency intended to change our habits and which are strongly reflected on architecture, markedly in the redesign of the common spaces of our houses but above all of the working environments.
This is about resilient architecture, that is, flexible, able to adapt to any changes in context, able to overcome catastrophic events and to adapting to new conditions. Think of the common spaces in the workplaces that will need to be reset but, at the same time, be ready if the context changes. Right to these needs and to those of sustainability and reduction of the impact on the environment the industrial production of the Gobbetto answers perfectly. In fact, a resin surfacebands a space perfectly leaving at the same time intact the possibility of redividing it or giving it a new destination if the new contexts require it. The low thickness of our floors, the choice of natural inert sugars such as quartz, diorite, iron, the fact that all our production is free from voc emissions, make us think that our materials seem to be designed for this new, resilient and sustainable architecture of the future.