Prefab Modular Living Units From Slovenia By Coodo


Nowadays we are noticing growing changes in people’s lifestyles that call for new forms of dwelling. The space is becoming more and more valuable and residential architecture is rapidly changing, from building classic family houses to making smaller prefabricated residence buildings that are thoughtfully designed, made of excellent contemporary materials and have much greater connection to nature surrounding it. In such spaces the quality of life improves immensely.

Architectural firm Coodo has created these contemporary, prefabricated modular units. The units have been designed to allow users to place them in different landscapes, architectural environments and climates. They can also be customized according to one’s specific needs and wishes.

More info: Coodo


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