Vision Statement:

We envision a resilient built world with durable structures that protect human life from increasing threats, while simultaneously reducing global carbon emissions for long-term sustainability. We promote social responsibility, equality, and inclusive leadership to foster peace, safety, and respect within humanity. Our commitment includes launching new pathways towards a prosperous green economy.

Utilizing scientifically advanced technology, we offer disaster-resilient building and infrastructure technology with a net zero carbon footprint for a clean, wholesome environment. We strive to transform communities and structures to withstand the impact of hurricanes, wildfires, floods, and tornadoes.

Our vision has propelled the revolutionary development of new products, leading Climate Tech efforts to sustain and secure our planet. Our goals align with the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Mission Statement: 

NanoArchitech is committed to advancing humanitarian efforts through innovative construction solutions that decarbonize infrastructure and enhance community resilience amidst escalating climate challenges. Our mission is to address the critical housing crisis by delivering affordable, long-lasting buildings that promote a green and healthy economy. We prioritize durability, ensuring structures withstand time, thereby enhancing public health and safety. We are dedicated to building a resilient future, where sustainability intersects seamlessly with community well-being.

Our multifunctional materials are prepared to resolve these challenges, ensuring a lasting impact on decarbonization, affordability, resilience, and public health and safety.




NanoArchitech is an architectural group with over twenty-five years of expertise in cutting edge building design, technology, engineering, and invention. In the early 2000’s, John Orava was tasked at the request of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to address the devastation of 9-11 and Hurricane Katrina to develop products that outperform legacy materials. He researched data at Argonne National Lab and Ferme Labs, and created a patent series addressing the encapsulation of toxins, resilient super-materials for building and infrastructure. He fabricated a unique holistic building system to combat deforestation and replace toxic cement and steel with stronger, longer-lasting alternatives.

Orava engineered breakthrough technology for building envelopes, interior panels, and coatings. NanoArchitech has patented green chemistry technology that exceeds the performance of existing materials, potentially saving billions annually on reconstruction from fires, floods, hurricanes, and severe storms. His inventions have a dynamic impact, removing the need to use highly toxic cement which degrades our atmosphere and spreads air-borne toxins to human beings, posing health risks such as respiratory ailments and cancer.

John Orava also founded and served as president of Orava Research Corporation, Orava Applied Technologies, and Biophysics Research Foundation of Edgewood, Illinois. As we advocate, “The best way to control the carbon problem is to not create it in the first place!”. 

John Edward Orava

Orava developed a superhouse, which was featured on national television in 1973. It was the first computer operated house and was 80% more energy efficient than an average home. It has 20 ft ceilings and a indoor pool, which functioned as a heat sink. He was a multi-dimensional inventor, was a highly regarded government consultant, and genius problem solver. He worked tirelessly finding solutions in a wide range of industries including food, medical, green chemistry, solar and construction.