Mobu is a novel construction method that offers maximum freedom for projects, allowing homes, offices, hotels and buildings of all kinds to be completed safely and quickly. Mobu is a novel construction method that offers maximum freedom for projects, allowing homes, offices, hotels and buildings of all kinds to be completed safely and quickly.Discover the Mobu system
The advantages of the system
Choosing a Mobu building offers a wide range of advantages, ensuring peace of mind in your home.
Speed of construction
All elements of the building are factory-manufactured to industrial standards and assembled at the site, thus reducing construction times and waste, while also ensuring a precise completion date.
The materials calculated and used in modular systems allow for precise planning of expenditures, with a clear decrease in waste. The light weight of the structures lower the costs of foundations, excavation volumes and pouring.
Versatility of design
Each project is different and meets its future owner's needs. Modular systems are versatile: various combinations are possible, without size limits.
The application of advanced techniques and the integration of cutting-edge technologies into the construction system enable excellent energy and environmental performances.
Thanks to the advanced construction technique and materials used, Mobu buildings ensure a high level of thermal and acoustic insulation, an optimised heating and air-conditioning system that is perfectly integrated into the structure and healthy environments free of humidity.
Mobu buildings are earthquake-resistant by nature. The dry construction method, based on steel structural elements, is an ideal antiseismic solution.
Structural solidity and innovative materials. Discover how the system is assembled.Discover the system's building components
around the world
There are no limits on where we can build with the Mobu system. Mobu buildings can be transported and assembled anywhere.
Single homes, row-houses, apartments, offices: discover all the projects built using the Mobu system.