Prefabricated architecture is the next step towards the future of economic, efficient, and plausible housing of the modern day. Prefabrication, an ever-growing idea throughout the era of modern architecture, is a vital tool for the development of housing. If we want architecture to become as economic and efficient as possible as is expected in the modern age, then prefabrication needs to be widely accepted and incorporated throughout the entire process that architecture foregoes. I believe that society has advanced to the point where building a house can no longer be an onsite managed activity, and prefabrication will be the future for this building process. I believe the home building process has gone through some different methods throughout history.
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Johnson, William ; Lessons from Japan: A comparative study of the market drivers for prefabrication in Japanese and UK private housing development. UK Government and construction industry advisors are becoming ever more interested in increasing the use of offsite modern methods of construction MMC within the private housing sector as a solution to current quality and efficiency problems. However, industry uptake remains below that of many countries with comparable economies, with UK housebuilders seemingly reluctant to invest in innovative building technologies.