The modular house divides the components of the house into different functional modules. It is factory-built with standardized, modular and general-purpose production. The house can be assembled on site at any time and anywhere, and the whole process can be completed in a few hours. The modular, integrated building completely overturns the traditional house construction and non-recyclable model, which is simple, retro, habitable, entertaining and can be used for special purposes. Easy to transport, install, demolition, and reuse.
Due to the multiple advantages of prefabricated modular buildings, it is popular in many countries, and prefabricated modular buildings with artistic aesthetics and practical use have emerged on a global scale.
"Modularity" is a construction method that is different from other construction methods. The module part is built in an off-site factory and delivered to the intended use site. The complete construction of the prefabricated components is done on site. Portions of the prefabricated components are sometimes lifted by cranes and placed on the walls of the basement, and parts of the prefabricated components are mounted on the foundation of the building and joined together to form a single building. These modules can be placed side-by-side, end-to-end or stacked, allowing for a wide variety of configurations and styles in the architectural layout.