THE MVI MOUNTAIN CAMPUS
Upon completion, the MVI campus will host groups in an inspirational setting of demonstrated innovation for sustainability
The original six abandoned stone houses are currently being transformed to an interacting array of buildings following our sustainable design principles, together forming the MonViso Institute mountain campus:
Cabin with two apartments in one building, to live and to rent.
Small, multifunctional upper floor with a guest welcome and information center (infoseum), changeable to a small guest apartment; closed-loop bathroom and toilet on the lower floor.
Workshop and fabrication lab on the ground floor, equipped with tools like 3D printer and CNC router; atelier and art space on the first floor.
Taverna with cooking facilities and dining places for 20 people on the ground floor; flexible group seminar and presentation room(s) on the first floor.
Group accommodation with twin guest rooms and bunk beds, sleeping in total 20 people, and bathrooms.
A mountain data collection hub with flexible seminar rooms and personal office space. Modular " Innovation Nest" construction that can be changed and adapted to changing demand and building technology.