Katerra, a leading design and technology driven global construction company, broke ground on its first fully integrated off-site manufacturing plant at Hyderabad recently. Projected to get completed by March 2020, the factory will deliver 8 million sq ft of building components every year through robotic assembly line production.
The furnishing industry hasn’t had a lot of evolutions except for changes in styles, which is a given. However, one trailblasing method that has taken this industry by storm is the use of prefabricated and modular construction. For those incognizant of this phenomenon, prefabricated construction is the production of components in factories that are then transported to the final location and are only assembled on site.
With modular furniture, we have a wide variety of furniture (in shape, size and colour) to choose from with pre-set standards of quality, finish and durability, explains Bijayini Dash, Studio Head, Designqube Bangalore.