Our buildings are designed to be used however you want them to be used. We already designed modular buildings for a go-karting lodge, laboratory, dog grooming, ice cream café, dry cleaning services, beauty studio and many more. We also designed modular buildings for use as a garage.

When our clients inquire regarding modules connection, our accompanying questions involve building dimensions and the floor plan. Even though clients usually have a general idea in regards to the floor plan as well as building size, the conversation around those subjects often clarifies practicality and costs of those decisions. This determines how the connection of the modules will be performed; across the building width, its lengths, or both. After we initially give advice, decisions on some changes may be done in regards to the building shape and related subjects.

Field of architecture is full of captivating shapes. Designing those shapes is a fascinating and demanding pursuit, requiring understanding the knowledge of both building industry and design in a wider sense. When, in one of our recent articles, we discussed George Nelson, an architect, and designer, we then discussed one of his books titled How to See (1977). In this book, Nelson argues looking at images to be an important to learn skill and goes on further saying that the ability to look should be a separate to learn discipline.