A living concept for the modern world,
Turnkey house modules up to 30 square meters, totally connectable. Like Lego for adults, we usually say! Add the opportunities to move, expand or reduce your housing in the event of life changes, and you got a living concept adapted to the pace of change in the modern world.
- Permanent house
- Summer house
- Generational house
- Extension of existing house
Move closer to nature, and live more sustainable all-year-round! Add a Rooms modules are a great solution for downscaling your living influenced by the tiny-house movement, as well as a more spacious dream home.
Let the big veranda and outdoor units increase your living space, with endless of magic summer nights as a result. Add a Rooms modules are suitable for one larger summer house, as well as multiple houses connected together with outdoor units.
The new way of living! Bring the sharing economy into your living, and get your relatives as neighbours. With Add a Rooms flexibility, the opportunities are endless!
The small house of one Add a Room module. Place it as a minimalistic getaway house, or next to your permanent house as a teenager home or guest house.
Solve the space shortage resulted by the rapid growth in business, or add a separate home office to get a clearer boundary between home working and free time. Our flexible modules gives great working solutions, for both B2B and B2C.
Extension of existing house
Expand your existing house with a turnkey module! Suitable for as well a direct indoor connection, as a house connected with veranda and outdoor units.
built for coming generations,
The development of the first Add a Room house back in 2010 was quite straight forward. Handpicking the very best components each Scandinavian country offers, to provide as maintenance-free and sustainable a wooden house as possible; providing the best possible future for you, the generations to come, and our planet.
with a timeless design!
A house built for decades needs a design that always feels modern, regardless of era. This is how top architect Lars Frank Nielsen has reasoned since his first sketch back in 2010. The result is an elegant, minimalistic design, giving the Scandinavian materials a well deserved, elegant look.