Michael Jantzen's new modular architecture is titled the 'Multi-Form Building System.' It's constructed of prefabricated modular kit parts that can be assembled into many forms and curved spaces, accommodating a wide range of needs.
Basic components of the design consist of pre-insulated curves and flat eco-friendly concrete composite panels. Some of the panels form walls and roofs while others are used for floors and walls, all of which are bolted together with raceways in between.
Jantzen's conceptual architecture is meant to make us think about how architecture transforms and betters our lives. Through architecture we can achieve a higher standard of living while providing basic needs to all classes, delivering highly efficient systems through high-quality materials. Not one of his designs sacrifice aesthetics for function in process.
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