Audi flagship store made of CO2 neutral circular materials

Audi has inaugurated a flagship store in Munich that demonstrates the automotive manufacturer’s commitment to promoting innovation and sustainability.
The operation represents a pilot project concerning energy efficiency and the use of circular materials in the construction of the building that houses the new store. The facade of the building consists of carbon-storing modules, made from a circular material derived from low-value wood waste that is transformed into zero-emission thermoplastic materials.
In fact, the material is able to remove more CO2 from the air than it emits.
In addition, the structure is equipped with a photovoltaic system that extends over the roof area and an intelligent lighting control system.

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