Modular Construction
Modular Construction

What is a Modular Building?

Modular Building Modular buildings are buildings that are made in segments, sections or individual bays. These are built within a factory environment. Once complete each section is then is delivered to the site, separately on the back of a lorry. These modules are then connected on-site to form the overall building, which can be made up of many individual sections, often stacked to create multiple storeys. A section or individual bay typically has at least one open side, where it will connect to the next section, whereas a portable unit/cabin
modular school with timber exterior cladding and a plastisol steel fascia
Modular Characters

Modular Schools

Modular Schools   Modular school buildings can be a perfect solution for large scale projects, extensions or just single and or double classrooms facilities. These are also a perfect solution if you need to hire any type of school for a short period.   These types of modular buildings can be permanent structures that are designed to be Incredibly flexible and durable, energy-efficient and eco-friendly. They can have various features such as sun pipes, solar water and power systems, living sedum roofs and AA rated cooling and heating for net-zero
modular architecture site erection of a multi storey modular building
Modular / Architectural

Modular Architecture

Modular Architecture So, what is modular architecture? We can define it as construction based on modules, elements that are equal to each other, together, can be used to form new structures. It has been with us for several years now, probably longer than you may appreciate and yet modular architecture still seems to be a rare advert in the world of architecture. The construction market has continued to move forward and to couple materials and procedures without stopping, making it difficult for a disruptive trend such as modular architecture to
front cover of modular cabin modular book
Books - Modular related

Cabins (Bibliotheca Universalis)

Cabins (Bibliotheca Universalis) Cabins (Bibliotheca Universalis) showcases the variety of cabins in use and geography. From an artist studio on the Suffolk coast in England to eco-home huts in the Western Ghats region of India, this collection is as exciting in its international reach as it is in its array of briefs, clients, and situations. Constant throughout, however, is architectural innovation, and an inspiring sense of contemplation and coexistence as people return to nature and to a less destructive model of being in the world.     This Bibliotheca Universalis