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About Our Families

To become a Mod Family designer you have to be hand selected. We chose from the very best urban designers, architects and industrial designers. Family designers are hand-picked, award winning, Australian applicants.

A Family is a collection of Mod products, designed together in harmony. A Family allows the designer a clean canvas to create an innovative urban product, without constraints, other than that of the need to be remarkable, functional and cost effective.

The Mod team take each Family concept and convert it into a soundly engineered product that meets strict Quality Assurance standards. Every product we create is sold flat-packed and pre-assembled, meaning it is cost effective to produce and easy to install.

Beaches

Beaches

Designer: Georg Petzold

A simple shelter product that is timeless in its shape, functional to the brief, and simple in production and installation. Its key design feature is the play with the energy of sunlight, and its shadow projections within the pavilion. The sunlight will be broken through timber or aluminium battens in the ceiling of the pavilion, to project shadow lines within the structure that change in shape throughout the day as the earth is spinning. The robust steel frame with its distinct pitching roof will be able to adjust to its unique environments, surrounding landscape and build form. Various combinations are possible with only one base design. The roof pitch is able to be linear into one direction but can also be arranged in distinct M, X and A shaped form.

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Lull

Lull

Designer: Toby Breakspear 

The Lull pavilions offer shelter to visitors of public facilities in parks and urban spaces by playfully interacting with the natural elements. Sunshine, rain and wind are celebrated as phenomena that can give an unexpected sense of delight to the public architecture and enliven a visitor’s experience. Rather than construct a solid roof, Lull proposes a dynamic canopy from a folded membrane that weaves light and shade, sways in the breeze and reveals the fall of rain. Though protected, the space beneath Lull’s canopy is not enclosed or static, but is ever-changing with the time of day; an architecture attuned to the beauty of the outdoors.

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Leios

Leios

Designers: Benjamin Driver and Adrian Chan

Mod for us is an opportunity to refine our ongoing approach to public architecture that is direct and lean, yet exciting and elegant. In this vein, the “Leios” Family (Greek for “slender", pronounced Li-y-oss) should be identified in the landscape as approachable, defined and easily recognisable. As a public and shared resource, the structure should be robust and strong, yet free to allow for a range of uses to occur beneath and around.

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