It has always been the aim of hnp architects to create buildings as sustainable as possible in our past years of architectural practice. We have used reclaimed wood (instead of cutting a new tree), natural plasters (instead of chemical paints), oxide and terracotta-based flooring (instead of expensive tiles), scrap metal for grills, etc., But that's not enough. We were just 5% into sustainable construction as the most used material in those buildings was CEMENT - the main villain.
Mann-made is an experimental journey of hnp architects in earth-based construction by considering mud as the predominant building material. With the endless possibilities of earth (the soil) as a building material, we believe that one can create super good environmentally conscious buildings with comparatively less usage of cement.