The event is produced by the host of Channel 4 Grand Designs Kevin McCloud, who is also a designer and a writer.

Orgussaare's rhombic module house “NOA” first caught the eye of the international design circuit in early 2014 and soon after received an invitation to the prestigious London-based exhibition.

Estonian architectural firms Katus.eu and Woodland Homes OÜ will also be presenting a range of module housing solutions.

Katus.eu is also a finalist of 2014 “Ajujaht” (Estonian version of Dragons' Den) for its concept of providing a catalogue of module housing options by renowned Estonian architects.

Find out more about Grand Designs on Channel 4 website.