Designing with Modscape Modules
At Modscape, we believe that modular architecture should not be determined by a prescribed module size but rather a methodology and construction system that can respond to create any desired design outcome.
Each modular project is essentially a sum of parts, composed of 2D panelised components, put together to create 3D volumetric forms. Modscape will often take a hybrid approach with a combination of both volumetric and panelised systems.
There is no ‘standard’ size module as all modules are customised to suit each design. Often a building will be made up of multiple modules of varying sizes and shapes. The maximum size of a module is governed by the maximum load that can be transported on the road.
A Modscape module has incredible flexibility in the way it can be used – either by itself, or with other modules – to create almost any building type, size or shape. Modules can be placed side-by-side or end-to-end, they can be stacked and can cantilever.
In this guide we highlight the multiple ways modules can be configured. Please feel free to contact us for further information about our modular system or to discuss a specific project in more detail.
Check out the Modscape Design Guide below for a look at how our modules work:
Standard specifications are included in our base modular price and are used as a starting point. Please note you are not limited to these specifications and can choose any finish you would like as you work through the design process with our design team. You can view our standard specifications below:
Please contact Modscape if you have any queries or would like to discuss a project further.