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Who we are

We are a Swiss company that has developed a broad network of partners, with whom we continuously innovate our products. Since the beginning of our activities, nature, the environment and human beings have been our focus. Our aim and vision is to provide everyone with access to clean drinking water and affordable electricity 24/7.

The proven if-SYSTEM was the start of our story, followed by the whole i-SYSTEM, which enabled us to implement all components of modern building technology.

This gave rise to the idea of designing a climate-neutral house in which all the building technology is already integrated and where the building materials are sustainable, healthy and recyclable. With the aforementioned targets, the i-Modul was created, representing a revolution in modular construction. Parallel to these developments, we have always researched and elaborated better solutions and products for clean electricity manufacturing, until we were able to bring our solution for climate-neutral energy production to the market.

 

We are enthusiastic about creating individual concept solutions for different requirements and needs in the simplest, most natural way possible, as only then is it financially interesting for the customer.

We are inspired by nature - for example, the question of why the tree drops the ripe apple and it falls to the ground allows many conclusions. One of these can be that every action causes a reaction and this works as a part of the natural cycle. In the spirit of such cycle, our products are environmentally friendly and integrated into the natural process - out of respect for nature.

Our partners

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Credentials

We are authorized by Marriott International® for the following brands :
Fairfield by Marriott - Courtyard by Marriott - AC by Marriott - Four Points by Sheraton
Residence Inn by Marriott - Element by Westin - Moxy

Information is available upon request.
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