The aim of our project is to design a building consisting of convertible trays and a stabilization core in which the technical rooms would be grouped. We therefore want to have the largest free surface available in order to be able to move modules, which can be rooms, meeting rooms... at our discretion. To do this, we want to create a type of module that can accommodate kitchens, toilets, bathrooms and distributions according to needs. They will be the supporting posts of our building and will make as much free space as possible available for relaxation areas and bedrooms.

Key benefit

Great adaptability, and so much more

Material list

Kerto LVL Q-panel
Kerto LVL T-stud

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  • A nice project idea that can offer a huge varied interior design. For the initial product considerations, the Kerto LVL Q-panel product is a good choice for constructions with the modular and prefabricated requirements.
  • I agree with Frank, it looks flexible. It could be interesting to detail what "Techno-pieux" are made of (size, materials, and connections), and develop as well the floor system. I guess the key would be in the plug system between modules and floors. What about prefab possibilites?
  • The system looks very adaptable and flexible with the open space. Some of the questions I would have are: - How can the module be braced for stability during transport, lifting and in situ? - What is the envisaged maximum height of module stacks to be installed?


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