New House prefabricated modules with Domino outfitting have one of their natural outlets in the Temporary Shop or temporary points of sale, managing to perfectly combine the cheapness and simplicity of use and transport of the traditional prefabricated module with an innovative design able to perfectly suit all situations.
Domino Temporary Shop is an elegant, versatile, customizable and highly visible structure; a modular system completely customizable according to the particular needs of the customer and suitable for promotion and sales activities in an innovative and original way.
Domino Temporary Shop combines the advantages of the traditional prefabricated module (cheapness, flexibility, ease of handling and assembly) with the advantages of a structure conceived and designed to promote its products and services.
Unlike the classic prefabricated module, Domino is completely customizable in the interior layout, exterior cladding and materials used.
Snack bar with walls and flooring clad in recomposed wood
Temporary office with cladding in colored aluminum panels
Temporary shop interior with Domino finishings
Cladding in colored aluminum and deck made up of recomposed wood
The additional components that can be customized vary from the finishing materials to the lighting, from the counter walls that cover the module up to additional elements such as any external platforms to increase the available surface. Also on the materials there is a wide range of choices as it is possible to customize the external panels, the false ceiling, the floor finishes and the walls to create the perfect sales point.
The result is a structure able to maintain the advantages of the prefabricated module but also to establish itself as a new form of communication: the modules can in fact be positioned in transit areas in order to instantly attract the attention of passers-by, also thanks to the possibility to apply images, logos or promotional messages.
The New House Temporary Shop can be used in various contexts: from urban centers to exhibitions and fairs and in all those situations where an activity must be promoted and valued by the public.