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Turkey to build 5000 more homes for Rohingya
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Turkey will build 5,000 more prefabricated homes for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, an increase from the previously promised 20,000 homes, Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag said on Tuesday. “Turkey had promised to build 20,000 prefabricated ...


Evening Standard

Experts tell Chancellor: We need £300m for prefabs in the capital
Evening Standard
Planning experts are asking the Chancellor for £300 million for prefab homes to help tackle London's housing crisis. Chancellor Philip Hammond is being asked to find funds for factory-built housing — first popularised in the Fifties — in addition to ...


Dwell

How Tiny and Prefab Homes Can Help People Recover After Natural Disasters
Dwell
Now that we're seeing how natural disasters are becoming more and more common—from forest fires to floods and hurricanes—we've started to wonder, how can prefab and tiny homes play a part in rebuilding efforts? Where do affected communities go from ...

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The Guardian

Raze, rebuild, repeat: why Japan knocks down its houses after 30 years
The Guardian
Steel frames fitted out with panel walls and ceilings, these homes were clustered by the hundreds into what was once a brand new commuter town. But they weren't built to last. Daiwa House, one of the biggest prefabricated housing manufacturers in Japan ...


Washington Business Journal

This local duo is building a new type of house in DC — with help from robots
Washington Business Journal
A local entrepreneur and developer think they've found the recipe for the house of the future. Their key ingredient? Aerospace robotics. Steve Salis — owner of Kramerbooks and barbecue restaurant Federalist Pig, co-founder of pizza chain &pizza and ...