About the company

Type
Startup or self-employed

Members type
innovator

Headquarters
Gilroy, CA 95020, USA

Company size

Founders

Founded

SDG's

  • Sustainable cities and communities


Social

Website
nanoarchitech.com

Alliance member

Nanoarchitech Inc


The company provides a global supply chain of a platform tech-an alternative cementitious composite for resilience.

The compnay was founded by Jan Thoren and Ron Suverkrop ( architechs and engineers ) following the passing of the architectural physicist and inventor John Orava. As trustee of the patents Jan's role is to ignite the launch of the technology for the greater good. NanoArchitech is a Delaware Corporation headquartered in Gilroy California in South Silicon Valley founded in 2015. The featured platform technology is a phosphate bonded nano ceramic matrix which can be used in multiple applications for structural components, 3D printing, shotcrete, stucco or coatings. It is a super material with variable formulations for disaster resiliency with our primary target being affordable shelter for global humanitarian needs for adequate shelter and protection against increasing threats from growing climate change intensity and man made disasters.

Offer

Jan Thoren

Description
We offer Resilient building material and system. We hold patents in 80 countries throughout the world.

The nanoceramic composites offer advanced formulations outlasting all legacy materials with capabilities to generate power directly on the building surface, insulate the building, 3D print the entire building in one day, create extremely energy efficient structures that will withstand severe wind and water loads in severe conditions and provide instant shelter for emergency housing or resilient housing in disaster prone areas to hurricanes, earthquakes, fires and toxins. We support smart engineering such as curved architecture and dome construction which is well proven over centuries to withstand extreme conditions. Our smart building system patents can purify and recycle water , generate power and provide advanced monitoring and sensoring to make structures autonomous, providing power and efficient storage,energy efficiency by virtue of sensors, resilient nanoceramic building material, eco insulation and even incorporate safe indoor food production and the most resilient building envelope to fire, water, mold and toxins.

Available in
Bahamas, United States,

Categories of application
Sustainable cities and communities

Sector of application
Building and shelters

Status
Tested implementation