Prefabricated factory-building housing

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Prefabricated factory-building housing introduction:

It is located in South London and will provide accommodation for 36 homeless young people. Because of this, this housing should be designed easily assembled and transported. So blocks could be moved between temporary sites in the capital. Prefabricated modular is the best option for this project.

Design of the prefabricated factory-building housing:

The complex housing comprises 36 single-occupancy apartments. Each of the 26-square-metre units has a combined living room and kitchen and a separate en-suite bedroom. The brightly coloured blocks are stacked one on top of the other at a previously vacant plot between a play park and rows of suburban housing.

The dimensions of each unit – ranging from the shallow pitch of the roofs to the width of the rooms within – are determined by the maximum cargo of the wide-load lorry used to transport housing from factory to site. The container-like spaces are craned from the lorry and stacked one on top of the other, culminating in a row of pitched-roof blocks.

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Background of the building:

Tenants drawn from YMCA hostels and the local authority housing list will begin to move in this week. The designer says they have been failing to build enough housing and the supply lags behind demand and buying becomes ever more unaffordable. So what he should do is to let local authorities build more, to make the most of their land, create the communities that they need and put value back into building more affordable social housing. The designer also says that they need to unleash similar building innovation across the capital or the same old business model will cause them to stay in the same old housing crisis.

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Construction and cost:

Each unit costs between £30,000 and £35,000, and takes about a week to construct in the factory – and the same to assemble on-site. The factory construction mitigates the costs and time associated with running a conventional bricks-and-mortar building site. These prefabricated blocks are not cheap properties and they are solid things. Because they are more robust than mass-market housing of equivalent scale.

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The word prefab seems to be much maligned because people would think that it is impossible to construct a house in a good quality even with a low price. In the commercial sector we’re making prefabricated buildings all the time, but the conventional mass-market residential sector is working block-by-block and brick-by-brick so when it comes to quality for low costs there is real opportunity to have off-site manufacture become very important.

Prefabricated houses are evolved from the most mature international housing product. Because of the possibility of stores house, prefabricated houses are much more suitable for the projects with shortage of land resource.

To know more about Prefabricated factory-building housing:   http://www.cbmprefabricatedhouse.com/


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