Modular Architecture

Modular Architecture is a building technique that involves constructing buildings from pre-fabricated, pre-engineered, and standardized building units or modules. These modules are manufactured off-site in a factory or workshop and then transported to the construction site for assembly. Modular buildings can be used for various purposes, from residential and commercial buildings to classrooms and healthcare facilities. This construction method offers several advantages, including reduced construction time, cost savings, and increased flexibility in design and configuration. Additionally, modular buildings can be easily disassembled and relocated, making them a sustainable and adaptable building solution.