The demand for affor­da­ble ren­ted housing leads inves­tors and deve­lo­pers on a search for ways to set up dwel­lings quick­ly and effi­ci­ent­ly. Modu­lar con­structi­on has pro­ved to be one way to build up affor­da­ble housing faci­li­ties whe­re they are scar­ce. The line pro­ducti­on of lar­ge-sized modu­les in a cli­ma­ti­cally stable envi­ron­ment with stan­dar­di­zati­on and typi­fi­cati­on spe­eds up the who­le con­structi­on pro­cess for new flats. More and more pro­gres­si­ve inves­tors are cho­o­sing method of con­structi­on for the time­li­ness, the pro­fes­si­o­nal pro­ducti­on appro­ach, and the pro­ven qua­li­ty of modu­lar structu­res. And more­o­ver, the modu­lar archi­tectu­re is beautiful.


Social Dwelling Units

This invol­ves 11 resi­den­tial hou­ses inten­ded for social housing pur­po­ses in the Ger­man City of Hamburg.

Year of implementation:2012
Country of implementation:Germany
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