Greenhouses for other uses

These structures use the same construction techniques as greenhouses for cultivation, but can use different materials and anchoring systems.

They are created to offer cost-effective solutions in various operating contexts and as valid and, in some cases, unique alternatives for overcoming building and regulatory constraints, for example the prohibited use of concrete in some protected areas.

Furthermore, these structures are especially well suited to changing, adapting and extending existing structures.

Some examples of the application of this type of structure include:

  • greenhouses and coverings for animal husbandry;
  • greenhouses for sheltering hay, straw and cereals;
  • garden centres;
  • storage structures.