Montse Pujol leads PMP Prêt-à-porter casas, her company, and its team with passion. After starting out in the industrial sector within her family business, and after extensive experience in the field of construction using the traditional method, in 2006 she built the first prefabricated bioclimatic home in Spain: Casa Kyoto, winner of various prizes and awards.
It was the moment she decided to study and apply an industrialised construction system for housing, creating her own method.
Leaders in industrialised construction, research and constant innovation allowed us to consolidate a unique construction system based on industrial processes that allow us to efficiently control costs, high quality standards and execution in record time.
Our work defines who we are, but also how we understand construction and homes. For us, engineering and architecture are disciplines that can’t be understood separately, that enrich each other, and that, in some way, need each other.
That’s why, when we take on a project, we always do so from a global perspective. We combine all our experience towards a common vision, which is to turn what our clients have been building in their imagination for so long into a reality, with the goal of achieving absolute wellbeing in their homes.
The multidisciplinary PMP Prêt-à-porter casas team is made up by over 70 professionals combining the areas of manufacturing, economics, engineering, design, interior design and product architecture.
We’re all completely different, but we’re all united by a single motivation: to create projects with their own personality, always pursuing a vision of innovation and excellence.