Now, prefabricated homes are like hot buns.
One of the best hot bun‘s baker is MAPA Architects, which is known for numerous other baked buns in Brazil and Uruguay.
The best thing about MAPA Architects is that they proposes an alternative concept of living: intelligent, flexible and sustainable , as technology takes advantage of dry construction with no waste and no mess.
A 290 sq ft rectangular box-shaped Minimod is made from lightweight steel, recycled wood and lots of glass. The large glass windows can be shaded to reduce solar heating which makes the prefab home appropriate for summers and shallow monsoons. Also it reuses rainwater, uses LED lighting, and other technologies (like a green, living roof) to reduce CO2 emissions in the atmosphere and make this tiny home extra earth-friendly.
Furthermore, You can customize the home to your needs, being modular, the prefab home is easily expandable. Customers can choose to use one module or combine any number of modules to create whatever they wish. The Minimod is similar to that of a shipping container, meaning it can be easily transported using standardized trucks and lorries. It can be your very own tiny off-grid home, a part of a group of vacation cabins, a showroom, an office, or anything else you can think of.