Solid wood structure | Casablanca

The structure of the Blockhaus is reversed with the Casablanca wall system. The outer wall consists of tailor-made dimensionally-stable block boards made from spruce that are battened over each other with double tongue and groove joints in exactly the same way as the Blockhaus, and then interwoven at the edges. This wall structure features no metal joints.
The insulation is installed outside here in the form of pressed soft fibreboard. It is either provided with an undercoat and dyed finishing coat or other alternative facade formwork can be installed.
The inner side of the Casablanca wall system can be clad with wood or plaster base panels. The electrical fixtures are installed directly in the wall, while the plumbing fixtures are inside an installation section. The wall elements are made to measure in the production facility and put together at the construction site.
The block boards retain their shape and produce a slight settlement of the wall which is easily compensated when the windows and doors are installed.