The Observer | Cash | Is this how tomorrow's homes will be made?
The Observer | Cash | Is this how tomorrow's homes will be made?: "Building homes on-site will largely cease. Instead factories here and in China will churn out 280,000 units a year for the British market, mostly in pleasant, curvy, shapes made possible by advanced materials and computer-aided design."
An interesting article, with some merit...
'... manufactured houses would have high R&D budgets, so their designs would be better.'
Good point, when you think about it! The complexity of modern houses is typically limited to what a dozen uneducated, drunk, Irish lackys can be coerced into throwing together in a set time period.
Imagine the wonderful architectural creations that could be realized if the limits of paddy-dexterity were removed and replaced by nimble teenage chinese slavegirl fingers!