Located in the renowned Featherbrooke Estate in Krugersdorp (South Africa), this 615m2 modular family home features 5 large bedrooms, all en-suite.
The home flows from the entrance hall into the dining room overlooking the large patio and sparkling pool. The design incorporates an open plan kitchen ,dining room and living room that boasts with stacking doors leading to a beautiful and spacious landscaped garden.
The entire residence has been designed for the flow of natural light, with a touch of earthiness and its contemporary style, the atmosphere creates peace of mind and luxury living.
Additional features include 4 garages, a music room, a fitness room, a large storeroom, green features such as its insulation, solar, rainwater harvesting, greywater and a green roof.
Built in 2018, with a restricted footprint of 158m2, this modular house was constructed in the heart of the Cradle of Humankind (South Africa). This dwelling is situated in the Sterkfontein region, known for its limestone caves, which was declared a World Heritage Site in 2000.
This unique architectural designed house offers absolute tranquillity with serene green-field views. The look & feel was inspired by the surrounding buildings, with large windows allowing natural light to flood the rooms. The house features a single spacious bedroom with full on-suite bathroom, a study, open plan kitchen, living room, and double garage.
The TU Delft Prototype is our Reinvent The Habitat award winning modular design – the most unique and revolutionary perspective on ground-breaking building methods. This 3 storey apartment prototype located in the renowned ‘The Green Village’ features 3 individual unit each measuring 65㎡ in size.
We were granted the opportunity to construct, test and refine our model based on flexibility, rapid dismantling ability and conformation – all to be ready for launching our products in the Netherlands market. It’s eco-friendly design and dry construction process is the pinnacle of a green building.
During the month of May 2020, this prototype will be de-assembled and some of the modules will be repurposed to construct the Almere project.
To be constructed in Almere – said to be the newest city in Netherlands, this design will be RAW Module’s first European house. Almere’s modernity makes it a city full of architectural inspiration all while nature lovers can enjoy the landscape surrounding its urban areas.
The single storey customised house features 2 bedrooms with on-suite bathrooms, a guest toilet, contemporary open plan living room, dining room and kitchen. Special features include a game room and work-from-home luxury beauty salon.
A number of modules will be constructed and shipped from our South African based factory while some of the TU Delft Prototype modules, already available here in the Netherlands, will be used to complete the house. The compact modular process will be documented in detail to form part of RAW Modules journey which confirms the ease of circularity and flexibility on which its methods and technology are based.
The project is scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2021 and we look forward to posting this celebration story.