Modular structures are designed to be largely built in one location and used in another.
Engineers William Crawford and Peter Brewin have developed a building in a bag that requires only water and air for construction, intended for emergency shelters, and Concrete Cloth, a flexible mat that will harden to a concrete surface on the addition of water.
Len Peltier presents photographs, a plan, and links to related sites on this space-saucer modular home designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen in 1968.
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