Pop-up village is modular construction system, which is designed to the areas of national parks, where regular building construction is highly restricted or difficult to built. Modules can be connected into various structures to suit particular function.
(academic work - 2th semester | 2009 | ČVUT Prague)
The concept is based on cubic prefabricated modules, which can be connected from any side. Each wall is created from 3 prefabricated wall modules to create wall, door or window. Technological part, where electricity, sewage and water storage is placed, is located below floor. Solar panels can be placed on rooftop.
Propylen fiber rainforced material is used for module frames. Walls and roof is propylen covering with isolation inside.
Original project function was cottage placed on surface of rocky mountain in Divoká Šárka. The basic metric module was 4m to fit needs of inhabitants. Later the module was reduced to 3m, so 4 modules can be transported by one truck.