HOW MODULES ARE MADE

Structural frames form the base of our modules. They become load-bearing so that all floors and structures abovehead will be supported. The services are then reticulated in the frame. This could be water, electrical, heating & cooling. Lastly, the client has the option to choose the final finishes.

MODULE LIBRARY

Module 1 Lounge Module 1 700 x 3305
Module 2 Lounge Module 2 700 x 3305
Module 3 Lounge Module 3 700 x 3305
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4 Bed Module 1 700 x 3305
Module 5 Bed Module 2 1600 x 2305
Module 6 Bed Module 31150 x 2305
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7 Bath Module 1 1150 x 3305
Module 8 Bath Module 2 700 x 3305
Module 9 Bath Module 3 1150 x 3305
Module 7
Module 8
Module 9
Module 7 Cupboard Module 1 700 x 2305
Module 8 Cupboard Module 2 700 x 3305
Module 9 Kitchen Module 700 x 3305
Module 7
Module 8
Module 9

BUILDING STEPS

ADVANTAGES OF RAW MODULE

  • IMPROVED ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
  • LESS WASTE
  • BOOSTED CONSTRUCTION TIME
  • MORE COST-EFFECTIVE
  • HIGHER, CONSISTENT QUALITY
  • BETTER FLEXIBILITY & CUSTOMISATION

Compact Module Sizes

Multiple modules packed into a high-cube shipping container and can be transported worldwide.

BUILT PROJECTS

House Hambides

House Geyser

TU Delft Prototype

CONTACT US

South African Branch

Netherlands Branch

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