Unique product

Each model is a unique product which clearly expresses the idea of the presented project and the skill of the maker. A model is not simply a reduced-size reality, rather it offers a new perspective on the presented project, which is reflected in a unique selection of dimensions, materials and details. Each model is thus treated individually from the very beginning. First, we agree with the client on what would be the most appropriate appearance of the model. Based on our experience, we then estimate the consumption of time and materials, and prepare the offer.


A very important starting point is the purpose of the model. Our clients commission models for academic as well as for commercial purposes. Some of them need to be presented to an investor or a potential buyer, others at an exhibition in a museum or gallery. They are indispensable at fairs, and they are also used as props in theater, film and advertising. A model can also be an excellent gift. When we know the purpose of the model, we can define all its other characteristics.


The choice of the scale is crucial because it conditions the dimensions of the model and the level of abstraction. In principle, models constructed in a larger scale are more realistic and exhibit more details, while smaller scale models are rather simplified. However, this is not a firm rule: small-scale models can also be constructed in a very detailed manner, which makes them particularly charming, while large-scale models can be very simplified, which emphasizes their concept and the processing of selected materials.


When building the models we use different materials, which are manipulated utilizing different manual and machining techniques. We use wood, metals, plastics, papers, composites, natural materials, paints and various adhesives. The materials may faithfully follow the reality, or their use may be abstract. With a specific selection of materials we emphasize the idea of the presented project. A white model, for example, highlights the spatial proportions rather than the actual surface treatment.

Special requirements

Some models have to meet special requirements which contribute to a better presentation. Such requirements are, for example: components which allow for disassembly and interchangeability, representation of the structures in a cross-sectional view, integrated LED lighting, dynamic and interactive components, preparation for demanding transportation, or the production of the base and lid for an exhibition. Since we strive to fine-tune each model to the client's needs, we welcome the challenge of developing solutions for specific requirements.


Building a model is like a small-scale construction site, therefore good preparation is essential. Sometimes almost half of the time required to complete a model is spent on designing 3D computer models, schemes, bills of materials, experimental samples and phase planning. Consequently, the models are constructed accurately and efficiently. To ensure good preparation it is important that the client provides quality architectural plans in digital format, which then serve as the basis for the preparation of workshop plans.