Piece, Component, Artifact.



Prefabrication emerges as a high control alternative for complex processes, such as wood, in which design and control are fundamental for a good final result. In addition, it generates other advantages such as shorter construction time, the lightness of the pieces for transport and lifting and a lower cost to be able to work with smaller, standardized and easily acquired pieces. Under this principle, a set of 9 panels is developed that allow the integration of different shapes and solutions, from a vertical framework that is inserted into a stereometric grid of beams and pillars of laminated wood. The solution is finally filled with cellulose designed as thermal and acoustic insulation. From this modulation, 4 components are created, each corresponding to a department, following simple formal operations of addition and volumetric subtraction. The theoretical volume of each department was defined according to the formal variations to adapt laterally and vertically between them, developing together an empty intermediate space for the double-height projection of the courtyard of the lower department. Finally, and from the 4 components, the artifact is formed, which can grow in width and height to adapt to the needs and the landscape that will lodge it.

Key benefit

Sustainable modulation for housing

Material list

- Sawn timber
- Oriented Strand Board
- Laminated Wood
- Beams I-joist
- Projected cellulose
- Hormigon for foundations
- Steel connectors"

Ecological values



  • Economical span (mm)
  • Thickness (mm)
  • Airbourne sound reduction factor (dB)
  • Impact sound transmission (dB)
  • Resistance to fire class
  • Thermal properties





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