Temporary timber constructions

Let’s clear something up immediately: temporary buildings are in no way inferior to permanent structures. They meet the strictest ecological, energy, structural and soundproofing requirements. Furthermore, wood typically creates a comfortable environment in such buildings. The greatest difference between temporary and permanent buildings lies in the processing and the use of the structures. Modular construction enables the highest degree of flexibility in terms of planning. Highly robust system elements processed in wood can be reused. Again and again and again.

Visions in modular construction

Modular and temporary constructions are suitable for a wide range of applications. They are also opening up more and more possibilities. Find out more about pioneering modular construction.

Modular construction

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The sun shines on an empty module hanging from a crane

References

A temporary building for the university Education and research, Temporary buildings

Grosshof asylum centre Healthcare and care facilities, Temporary buildings, Residential construction apartement building

Migros temporary store Temporary buildings, Commercial and industrial

Modular hospital extension Healthcare and care facilities, Temporary buildings

Pfarrer Sieber charitable project Healthcare and care facilities, Residential construction apartement building, Temporary buildings

School pavilion Hasenacker Education and research, Temporary buildings

School pavilions Education and research, Temporary buildings

Short-term space requirement at the cantonal school Education and research, Temporary buildings

Temporary pavilions Education and research, Temporary buildings

The flying classroom Education and research, Temporary buildings

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