hempcrete carbon negative
hemp blocks | hemp plaster | hempcrete
hemp blocks | hemp plaster | hempcrete
hemp, lime, water




through simplicity

Natural bricks made from hemp and lime

The building material of the future



The symbiosis of the oldest plant cultivated by mankind (hemp) with one of the oldest and most tried-and-testet building materials (natural lime) is the building material of the future.

Interial isolation with hemp stones
Interial isolation with hemp stones

The two materials are pressed to form a brick using a cold air process. The hemp plant grows approx. 50 times faster than wood; biomass sufficient for a small single-family house will grow in only five months on one hectare of land. The connection of loose hemp shives with natural limestone and minerals make the material as hard as stone and resistant to external influences, meaning that buildings will stand for many generations, saving the the environment and money. Excellent thermal properties make additional insulation such as polystyrene unnecessary. Hemp-lime has similar properties to clay with regard to air purification and moisture regulation, ensuring a healthy living environment and clean air. The cycle binds more CO² than it releases, acitvely saving the environment.

We appreciate


pure indoor air






We breath the air in the room.

This has interactions


Old English bræð "odor, scent, stink, exhalation, vapor" (Old English word for "air exhaled from the lungs" was æðm),

hemp stones | hemp plaster | hempcrete

Building physics perfection

Jack of all trades




CO² negative minus 90 %

hempcrete carbon negative

cradle to cradle

100 % Nature

without compromises!

According to EN 15804 calculations, hemp stone stores about 90 % more CO² than is released during production, resulting in a balance sheet total of minus 90 %.

Hemp field in Vinschgau
Hemp field in Vinschgau