If you’ve been keeping an eye on our latest construction projects, you would have noticed that we’ve been making use of timber frame construction on most (if not all) of our work recently. Why is that, do you ask? We’ve been getting the same question from new clients so we thought we should shed some light on the matter.
Alongside our wide range of commercial furniture, modular building is our other main area of expertise. With that in mind, here’s a rundown of our five favourite commercial modular builds that could house such furniture.
Modular housing offers a lot of advantages that you might not necessarily expect. One of the key benefits is their sustainability, in terms of cost and the environment. This makes them a definite worthwhile investment.
We say it over and over, but it’s because we mean it - prefabricated container builds do not have to be boring. There’s a whole range of ways that containers can be used for particular purposes, niche and even not so niche. In this post we take a look at some of the amazing and unusual uses of the container.
Technological innovation, social change and upward mobility: our world is changing faster than ever. Sadly much of this acceleration has been based on the ‘take, make & waste’ model: building fast at the cost of our environment, however a movement is in the making to end this resource wastage, shifting to a more regenerative economic model. When a responsible, renewable model becomes the norm, where will this leave the property and construction industry?
There’s so many variations in accommodation to choose from when you’re planning a holiday - hotels, apartments, caravans, cottages, even camping, but I bet you haven’t considered the concept of a modular getaway.
In developing countries the demand for low cost, yet sustainable living is unsurprisingly a huge priority - and even more so due to the extent and frequency of catastrophic events putting pressure on housing requirements.