Ricardo Levinton, an Argentine architect, dedicated 40 years of his life to studying the structural systems of nature. He was fascinated by the structure and composition of skeletons and bones, which contain air within. After extensive research, he managed to reproduce these natural structures in concrete and adapt them for modern construction.

This gave birth to PRENOVA, a company that focuses on technology and innovation applied to architecture. Their mission is to design and construct beamless, lightweight, and sustainable structures.

To date, they have developed over 1,000,000 square meters of sustainable projects and produced more than 10,000,000 recycled plastic discs and spheres.

Ricardo Levinton, director de Prenova