The modules can be stand alone units placed side-by-side, end-to-end, or stacked, allowing a wide variety of configurations and styles in the building layout.

Residential building

The residential building consists of an independent residential unit (apartment), communication and ancillary space. In modular housing design, one or more modules are used to create adequate living space.

Public building

The use of modular units achieves modern spaces that make up public facilities such as: buildings for education (all types of schools), buildings for social purposes (kindergartens, nurseries), buildings for health purposes (clinics, hospitals)…

Accommodation facilities

Modular units create ready-made hotel rooms, fully furnished in controlled conditions, and by merging on-site, quality and fast construction of hotel and apartment accommodation is achieved.

Accommodation units

With various forms of modular units and the use of modern materials, attractive accommodation spaces are achieved in hard-to-reach locations.

Business buildings

The use of one or more modular units achieves an elegant space for multipurpose use. Applying a higher level of security suitable for offices, banks, insurance companies, restaurants or bars.

Family houses / Urban villas

The most important thing for every individual is the home, that is, the space in which they live. With modular elements, you create a “free plan”, according to the architect Adolf Loos, it is not the floor plan, cross-section and facade that is designed, but the space that acquires adequate dimensions and proportions.