This year we’re bringing our bespoke modular buildings to ecobuild, held at ExCeL London from 6th to 8th March.
We’re looking forward to giving visitors to our stand, F43, the opportunity to learn more about our fully modular eco-classroom concept, and will reveal the first details of our bespoke modular housing prototype. Click here to get your free ticket to the show.
Designed in response to increasing demand for building solutions with a lower carbon footprint, the eco-classroom features a built-in rainwater harvesting system, and solar PV panels. We also specified more low VOC materials than typically used in modular or traditional construction, improving the overall health of the concept building.
The concept – which is also suitable for use as a healthcare building, sports pavilion or office – features solar shading and carefully-positioned triple-glazed windows to improve ventilation and reduce the need for air conditioning.
As well as boasting the best eco credentials, the classroom concept is designed to be aesthetically impressive, with higher ceilings, an attractive curved roof, and sustainably-sourced exterior timber cladding.
We have also developed our first modular house prototype, designed to demonstrate the possibilities of applying our custom-made approach to off-site construction to the residential sector.
Commenting on the exhibition, our managing director, Marcus Sutcliffe, said: “We pride ourselves on our collaborative, bespoke approach to modular construction, and through working closely with our clients in the education sector we are well positioned to anticipate the needs of the market.
“That’s why we developed our eco-classroom concept: we want to demonstrate that bespoke modular buildings can allow specifiers to future-proof their projects and create a modern, pleasant environment for end users.
“We’re equally excited to be revealing the details of our residential modular prototype for the first time at ecobuild, applying our unique, tailor-made modular solution to the residential housing market for the very first time.”