Adaptable Structures is a patented, open-ended system for construction of nearly any kind of  building regardless of the limits on space, time, or skilled labor. Adaptable Structures employs flat-pack transportable aluminum components and aerospace fasteners for assembling weathertight, seismic-proof architecture in limitless applications, from emergency shelters to customizable permanent residences and more.

Build For Less

Our interchangeable fasteners and lightweight materials mean that as few as two people using six tools can assemble a structure in hours, without the need of heavy equipment.

Build For Desire

We’re open to anything, by design. The strong bones of the Adaptable Structures system are its interchangeable, easy to assemble and reassemble aluminum framing-components.

Build For Need

Adaptable Structures are weather-tight and seismic-proof by design and testing. Each dwelling module can handle up to 1 kilowatt of solar panels.

Save the Earth

It’s zero-waste system that uses 95% recycled materials and requires no machinery to assemble. Each part of the building is reusable and recyclable.

ABOUT

Company

Adaptable Structures provides the components and method to quickly and easily construct buildings for any number of architectural applications.

Our Story

Adaptable Structures provides the components and method to quickly and easily construct buildings for any number of architectural applications.

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Adaptable Structures provides the components and method to quickly and easily construct buildings for any number of architectural applications.

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George Polk
It’s zero-waste system that uses 95% recycled materials and requires no machinery to assemble. Each part of the building is reusable and recyclable. Designed, developed, prototyped, and sourced in and from New Zealand, where aluminium production is hydrothermally powered.
Joe Tribbiani

It’s zero-waste system that uses 95% recycled materials and requires no machinery to assemble. Each part of the building is reusable and recyclable. Designed, developed, prototyped, and sourced in and from New Zealand, where aluminium production is hydrothermally powered.