If you’ve ever built your own home, you will agree that conventional construction methods are outdated and impacted by the following disadvantages:

  1. Limited innovation in the construction industry
  2. Ever-extending deadlines
  3. Unforeseen expenses
  4. Large professional team (architect, engineer, QS and interior designer)
  5. Increased risk due to uncontrolled environment.
  6. Stressful and drawn out process so people prefer to purchase


Currently, there is a trend of PPVC (prefabricated, prefinished volumetric construction) engineered modules where buildings are constructed off-site. These pre-fabricated homes seem to be making considerable headway in the housing market, however are facing increased drawbacks such as:

  1. Pre-finished designs means a limited amount of material options and home layout possibilities.
  2. Less flexibility, therefore you will find yourself having to compromise on layout, aesthetics and design.
  3. Not organic.


We are the future of innovative and sustainable module designs because we meet our homeowners in the middle. By incorporating the pros of conventional construction and PPVC building techniques, we are able to offer new homeowners factory engineered efficiency with unparalleled flexibility. Advantages include:

  1. Improved construction time
  2. Higher, more consistent quality
  3. More cost-effective
  4. Less waste
  5. Improved flexibility and customisation
  6. Better health, safety and improved environmental impact


“The construction industry is poised for big cultural and technological shifts as it embraces digitization across design and delivery processes.

The larger benefits could be profound. By cutting costs, speeding up construction, and improving quality, industrialized delivery systems will benefit the real estate industry by improving better customer experiences and provide the decent, affordable homes that families around the world need to meet future demand”

Mckinsey & Company March 2017 by Mukund Sridhar.