Corkbrick Europe and Santander Portugal have joined forces to offer dynamic and sustainable construction solutions to their customers. With this partnership, Corkbrick solutions can be purchased through the “Boutique Santander” online platform, using the bank's credit options.
Corkbrick Europe is a pioneer in developing dynamic and sustainable construction solutions, using environmentally friendly materials such as cork. With Corkbrick, anyone can be the architect of their own space. Santander Portugal customers will be able to create new spaces in their homes, building additional rooms, work areas, or even a guest room — all in a minutes, without prior preparation, without manuals and without tools. Even simpler than Lego. Furthermore, Corkbrick users can enjoy a comfortable home that is adaptable to their family's needs, with the advantage of having a positive environmental impact.
The Corkbrick system directly contributes to 6 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The partnership between Santander Portugal and Corkbrick Europe is a response to the challenges launched by the European Union Bauhaus initiative , which seeks sustainable and innovative solutions for buildings.
About Santander Portugal:
Santander Portugal is a reference bank in the Portuguese financial system, with the mission of contributing to the development of people and companies. Serving more than 1.7 million customers, Santander's vision is to be the best open financial services platform, acting responsibly and gaining trust among employees, customers, shareholders and society. To become a more responsible company, the Bank defined three main objectives: supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy; promote inclusive growth; and embed ESG across the organization.
About Corkbrick Europe:
Corkbrick Europa is a company based in Portugal, a pioneer in the development of sustainable and dynamic construction solutions, using environmentally friendly materials. The company is a leader in developing solutions that empower users to be the architects of their own space, allowing the creation of additional spaces at home with a reduced ecological footprint.