28 Jul '14, 6pm

Prefabricated 240-ton KHM26 House Wrapped in a Steel Shell Was Transported by Boat to its Final Site

Prefabricated 240-ton KHM26 House Wrapped in a Steel Shell Was Transported by Boat to its Final Site

The core of the KHM26 house was built from concrete and wrapped in a a steel shell welded into a single piece. The architects predicted the use of highly precise building techniques that would allow for the construction of a water-tight shell. Its lowest storey is set below ground level in order to function as a foundation and houses three rooms that can be used as bedrooms.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/prefabricated-240-ton-khm26-house-wr...

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