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Imagine living away from home in a shelter with your family, unprotected from the heat or freezing temperatures. While we all love camping in the woods and sleeping under the stars, that’s not how we plan to live for the rest of our lives. Living away from all our daily necessities, no matter how small they may seem, are crucial.

Safety and security being one of the key factors, followed by a clean living environment, clean water and sewerage. These are just the basics. With all the advancement in technology, why is it that millions of refugees and IDP’s still get to be without all of these indefinitely?

That is the foundation that ModulusTech stands on, working on solving housing problems for displaced people through its one of a kind flat-packed house design. Helping refugees and IDPs get back to their normal lives as soon as possible.

The houses can be assembled in as little as 3 hours, making it possible to build large, cost effective colonies within a month. They have plumbing and electricity included, while offering protection in harsh climates and more.

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3 hours assembly time

Flat-packed

Economical to transport

Affordable

More for less

Safe

Resistant to natural disasters

DIY

Assemble and disassemble easily

Modular

Easy to customize and merge to expand floor area

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ModulusTech builds house in 3 hours for under Rs250,000 (via The Express Tribune)

Can you imagine building an entire house in only three hours? Or constructing large cost-effective colonies with proper plumbing and electricity within a month? A house that can be assembled and disassembled like Lego blocks? A house that can be transported anywhere because it is flat-packed? No, not a shelter, but a real house that […]

The opportunity in tackling the affordable housing challenge (via McKinsey & Company)

Experts in housing and urban development weigh in on ways that countries are addressing or plan to take on the $650 billion affordable housing gap. As the world grapples with what some have deemed “the age of urbanization,” affordable housing has become a great concern. At a conference held in Nairobi, the McKinsey Global Institute […]

Tackling the world’s affordable housing challenge (via McKinsey & Company)

A third of urban dwellers–1.6 billion people–could struggle to secure decent housing by 2025. Here are four approaches that could help. Decent, affordable housing is fundamental to the health and well-being of people and to the smooth functioning of economies. Yet around the world, in developing and advanced economies alike, cities are struggling to meet […]

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