Sustainable modular construction
Dreamdomus Construction System© is based on the principles of sustainable construction. Throughout the process, from the design phase to the completion of the construction, we strive to rationalise resources, optimising materials, water, and energy consumption.
Energy efficiency is a fundamental objective. All buildings are designed to provide excellent levels of energy performance throughout their lives, a goal achieved through the choice of sustainable materials. Wood is an organic, renewable material that provides sustainable and ecological construction, and it is the dominant element of the Dreamdomus Construction System©. Our Home Zero project is an example of our desire to be increasingly sustainable.
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From the beginning, we aimed to innovate in the world of construction. Our choice of a modular and sustainable building system was not a random one. It was a decision in line with our desire to offer the most advanced construction techniques and materials available on the market at a competitive price. At present, Dreamdomus Construction System© is designed using industrialised and optimised processes and is based on SIP (Structural Insulated Panels) technology, in combination with Light Steel Frame (LSF) or Light Wood Frame (LWF) systems, as complementary and interconnecting structural elements.
The SIP panels (Structural Insulated Panels) are the basis of Dreamdomus Construction System© for their excellent properties of structural resistance and thermal insulation, allowing construction solutions with a high structural and energy performance.
These panels are now widely used in construction in northern Europe and the United Kingdom, where high performance in terms of resistance and energy efficiency is required of buildings.
The panels we use are manufactured in our industrial facilities under ISO 22452 standard. Dreamdomus was a pioneer in the use of this technology in Portugal, being the first Portuguese company with its manufacture and one of the first to use this technology in building.