Facit Homes removes some of the mess and chaos of traditional construction by using wood – and a computer system focusing on precision and efficiency

With a large tract of land behind their end-of-terrace Victorian house in south London, married couple Terry Green and Mickey Dell had long wanted to build on it a modern home for themselves.

Their problem was that the only access was through a passage – similar to an open-ended garage – on the ground floor of their home that barely allowed for a vehicle to get through, and ruled out access for builders. The solution came when they found a way to construct a two-bedroom eco-house off site, using wood, then pieceit together like a jigsaw.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS