Volumetric modular construction offers a promising solution to the energy and housing crisis. We are glad to provide effective solutions that address the needs of communities, and we are proud to offer sustainable and affordable housing modular solutions that can positively impact people’s lives.
The project is a result of a collaboration between a team of modular technology specialists, designers, and scientists, brought together by the DMD-M research and development consortium, led by DMDmodular. Our partners in the consortium include the Cracow University of Technology and the Lightoffo company. Together, we have created a multi-family house on Karola Miarki Street in Mysłowice, featuring 29 apartments ranging in size from 45 m2 to over 60 m2.
The building’s load-bearing structure is based on steel profiles, and it will be constructed from 56 fully finished and equipped modules, produced in a controlled factory environment. This approach ensures both efficiency and quality, as the modules are transported from the factory to the site and assembled into a single unit. We are proud to be at the forefront of modular construction technology and to offer our clients innovative, sustainable, and affordable housing solutions.