Matt Lucraft, a recent graduate from the Barlett School of Architecture, offers a visually conceptualized design of a modular building system as an attempt to make London, England a slightly more affordable place for students and families with low income. The proposal bears the name of the 'Dagenham Breach Housing Co-operative' and features a "settlement of self-built and customizable homes."
The modular building system is open-concept. Therefore, there is always the possibility for additional structures or homes. Lucraft's vision is that people can use a special mathematical and design-driven software to envision their houses digitally. Once submitted, a firm will prefabricate the living abodes and deliver them to a specified site. Surely, the modular building systems will ease the British housing crisis and give peace of mind to those who struggle with finance restrictions.
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