Prefabricated Architecture refers to the use of prefabricated, or pre-manufactured, building components in construction. The idea behind prefab architecture is to streamline the construction process by producing components in a controlled factory setting, then transporting and assembling them on-site. This approach can lead to more efficient, cost-effective, and sustainable construction methods, as well as greater design flexibility. Prefabricated buildings can range from single-family homes to large commercial structures and can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, steel, and concrete.

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