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How to transform your idea

- into a project made of ReBLOCKS

Let us convert your simple drawings into a buildable ReBLOCK project

- or play around with the possibilities yourself

in accordance with these design guidelines.

The ReBLOCK's system design is based on modular boxes.

They give you the freedom to design your project within a 300 x 300 mm module vertically and horizontally.

Think of it like this.

A single ReBLOCK module.





The depth of the ReBLOCK varies depending on type.

Learn more here.


Leave out modules where openings are planned.


Stack them module by module.


Project visualized

with ReBLOCKS.

The principles are the same whether you are building smaller or bigger structures.

Simply build them ReBLOCK by ReBLOCK.

- get inspiration here.

A step by step guide

- for a well considered ReBLOCK project.

Step 1

You've got an idea for a project.

Now consider if the ReBLOCK system

is suitable for your project.

E.g. Customizability, Field of application, etc.

Step 2

Proceed with your idea by making a 

simple plan drawing and simple facade elevation drawings

by drawing the course of the outer wall and the openings in it.

Plan drawing =


= Facade elevation drawing

NOTE - The height and width measures will have to take the size of the ReBLOCK module into consideration. - See step 3 & 4

Step 3

Focus on the plan drawing.
Begin by placing ReBLOCK modules side by side

in line with your planned outer wall.

- Remember to plan with 300x300 modules.


Your simple plan drawing should turn into something like this.


And seen in perspective

look like this.


3300 mm

2700 mm

IMPORTANT NOTE - All outer dimensions must be divisible by 300 mm

Step 4

Focus on the facade elevation drawings

- one of each facade in your project.

Now elevate the ReBLOCK modules

- it's done in height steps of 300 mm.
Begin by placing rows of ReBLOCK modules on top of each other until they correspond to the wall height on your simple elevation drawings.

Most common row height is 8 modules on top of each other.

Keep on until all facades are filled by modules.  

- Remember to elevate with 300x300 modules.


3300 mm

2700 mm

Build up rows

of ReBLOCK modules.


2400 mm

2700 mm

3300 mm

Filled facades of

ReBLOCK modules.

Step 5

Focus on the facade elevation drawings again.

It's time to align the planned openings from your simple

facade elevation drawings - Doors and windows. 
Do this by removing individual ReBLOCK modules from the filled facade drawings until they correspond to the openings on your simple facade elevation drawings.

Your simple facade elevation drawing should turn into something like this.


And seen in perspective

look like this.


Step 6

Fine tuning the openings.

- The opening heights are subject to the height step of the ReBLOCK module, which is why they have to be divisible by 300 mm.

- Opening widths are adjustable by lining components.

- The lining component width increases

or decreases in steps of 60 mm.

- This allows opening widths to be adapted to

eg. facade of brickwork.


300 mm Steps

60 mm Steps

Step 7

Time to check your work.

- Control all measurements.

- Outer measurements have to be divisible by 300 mm

- Height modules increase in steps by 300 mm

- Opening heights increase in steps by 300 mm

- Opening widths are adjustable by 60 mm 


Step 8

From here on we will take over and:

- Check your work / project.

- Make necessary corrections if any.

- Get your approval of it.

- Produce it.

- Deliver it, flat packed on pallets. 


Get an overview of the customer journey here.

And inspiration for your next project here.

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