The individual modules are self-supporting and can easily be assembled into a complete system (hotel, apartment block, personnel quarters, etc.) up to four storeys high; the potential breadth of any one system is unlimited. With an appropriate façade, the system can be suitably finished to harmonize with surrounding structures, and add to the local image.
There is no longer any need for investors or hoteliers to waste time with vague architectural sketches and complicated floorplans, and will no longer be fooled by what are often highly optimistic 3D visualizations. At the beginning of the project, you can already walk through a fully-outfitted sample room. You can browse through and select colours, materials, textiles, fixtures and furnishings, and see immediately the effect they have.
The Bever Lodge in the Engadin is one example of a successful implementation of this construction method. See for yourself.