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The Neutral Way

Sustainability

The Neutral Way is the exhibition philosophy promoted by Henoto designed to protect the environment, applicable to the Exhibit, Temporary Structures, Contract, Retail and Sports technologies fields.

Based on it, Henoto, in collaboration with LAGO Design and Spinlife of the University of Padua, has designed "The Good House", the new exhibition installation conceived as a contemporary and sustainable home. A new approach that brings to light a project inspired by the circular economy model capable of combining innovation and sustainability as well as creating a synergy between nature, technology and people on the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2022.

Sustainability

The Neutral Way is the exhibition philosophy promoted by Henoto designed to protect the environment, applicable to the Exhibit, Temporary Structures, Contract, Retail and Sports technologies fields.

Based on it, Henoto, in collaboration with LAGO Design and Spinlife of the University of Padua, has designed "The Good House", the new exhibition installation conceived as a contemporary and sustainable home. A new approach that brings to light a project inspired by the circular economy model capable of combining innovation and sustainability as well as creating a synergy between nature, technology and people on the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2022.

We choose sustainable quality.

Low emissions, zero waste

The materials used following the "The Neutral Way" philosophy make it possible to avoid up to 87% of CO₂ emissions.

Ease of assembly and disassembly

The very adaptable used technology allows setting up and dismantling in a short time.

Reuse of each component

Each element, having reached the end of its cycle, can be transformed and reused, reducing transport and waste.

80% of the structure of a traditional exhibition set-up is usually made up of elements and panels in wood/honeycomb/plastic, which must be painted, finished and hooked to the floor with specific techniques, generating waste and dust. In both cases, these materials can only be used once and must be disposed as special waste.

AN HONEYCOMB PANEL WEIGHTS 40KG AND OCCUPIES A VOLUME EQUAL TO 0.12M3

The CoverUp panel derives from the deconstruction of the honeycomb panel. It is an aluminium frame that is transported completely disassembled, to which a graphic printed on fabric is applied, also derived from recyclable materials. CoverUp guarantees the reuse of the structures for at least 100 cycles. At the end of the process, 100% of the materials used are reused.

A COVERUP PANEL WEIGHTS 10KG AND OCCUPIES A VOLUME EQUAL TO 0.02M3

CoverUp.

The fulcrum of the “The Neutral Way” philosophy: a modular, highly innovative, versatile and scalable system.

CoverUp is a revolutionary technique in its method: the usual techniques are replaced by a kit panel. The surfaces are in graphic fabric. They eliminate any painting and finishing operation on site. CoverUp is available in 4 different thicknesses (40 mm, 45 mm, 80 mm and 120 mm) and multiple variants.

 

CoverUp changes the approach to fittings, a series of profiles, easily configurable thanks to dedicated accessories and solutions. It creates frames/structures that are covered with a wide range of fabrics or printed fabrics.

Textile solutions that create infinite moods, textures, materials and precise finishes.

Aluminium

Aluminium is an extremely light and resistant material, therefore adaptable to multiple shapes and uses. Aluminium can be repeatedly recycled while maintaining the quality of the original product.

Fabric

The CoverUp fabric is a flexible organic material. It is ideal for printing thanks to its excellent toughness and resilience, its high resistance to abrasion and its good resistance to chemical and physical agents.