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What is exactly a modular house? Do you know exactly what a modular house is? In this post we explain it in brief and tell you what makes our models so special.

Looking for original ideas for your second home? In this post we propose you our modular homes, find out why!

Discover the three elements necessary to install your self-sufficient house in the countryside

Our modular homes are ecological because they have important environmental certifications and sustainability premises, find out more in this post!

Find out what types of licenses exist and which ones you need to install your tini

Is it possible to build on rural land? We explain it to you, with our tinis® as an example.

In this post we tell you all the steps to follow to install your tini in nature.

Discover this project where we installed a customized tini M in a holm oak grove

Discover in this post the five main differences between a modular home and a prefabricated home.

Discover a unique and minimalist project connected to the natural environment of Plasencia.

Discover the tini XS model for a holiday home on the island of Ibiza.

In this post we try to clear some doubts about wood modular homes and steel modular homes.

First steps of a unique project that will see the light of day very soon...

A simple and elegant pavilion built with tini

We have started a new project, completely tailor-made, in Menorca. Discover it!

Discover a unique way to expand your existing home with tini.

Our project tini has been selected in the XV Spanish Biennial of architecture and urbanism.

A unique tini project in Lanzarote

Discover a simple example of how to create a "home office" space with tini

"Modular homes present themselves as one of the most economical and stylish options for leaving asphalt behind and putting down roots in the countryside" - Architecture and Design.

Discover a simple project for a summer house in France

Back to blog 26/5/2020 6 minutes Tini in Architectural Digest “Its architectural design is simple and fully functional. They are modules with …