// arthitectural / Modulus
  • All inferences, joking, analogies, and one-liners aside – this is a unique one. Taking a long standing service and building and transforming it into a new use and direction is nothing new. When it happens to be the same idea applied to a mortuary and a high-tech social media company, well – that’s a little different. […]


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  • When it came time for the local drywaller’s union to finally remodel their space, strong recommendations came from all corners for MODULUS’ involvement in the project. Though they’d worked with a myriad of architects over the years – few, they believed, could deliver a simple expression of material and space (on a budget) like MODULUS. […]


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