MODOM proposes spatial and functional schemes to create new aggregative forms, for buildings, capable of satisfying specific needs. The products used in the realization of these aggregative systems, called formats, can be customized in form and function. The main functions focus on residential, tourist and hospitality, wellbeing, but the possibilities for personalization are endless. The following section contains some examples of already designed formats.
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This category includes modular units, with one or two floors, that develop from sky to earth and can easily be installed anywhere. This type of building occupies, as a consequence of its small size, very small land extensions. The use destinations are mainly related to residential, tourist-receptive and well-being.
This category includes modular units, with one and two floors, which are aggregated in variable numbers, mainly with the logic of the group. They develop from sky to earth and generally have independent pedestrian and vehicular entrances. This aggregative typology implies the use of land extensions superior to other aggregation types. The use destinations are mainly related to residential, tourist-receptive and well-being.
This category includes the aggregations of modular units, one and two floors, organized with the aim of creating villages with common areas, used as a garden or parking space, which can be enjoyed by the settled community. The buildings are developed from heaven to earth, have independent pedestrian entrances and common areas for parking or gardens. This aggregative typology uses soil in a more efficient and optimized way. The use destinations are mainly related to residential, tourist-receptive, wellness and commercial.
This category includes the aggregations of modular units, of standard size, which are inserted into pre-existing or newly constructed structural containers. Therefore, real condominiums are created, equipped with the distribution for access to the floors, the plant equipment and all the functions necessary to increase the quality and space’s liveability. This aggregative typology aims to use the ground as efficiently as possible. The intended use is mainly residential, tourist and receptive.