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Architects in Panama

Modular Constructions

In this blog we will share what you should know about modular buildings, since they are used for performance and low construction cost in Panama.

Modular buildings are a method that involves manufacturing prefabricated components or modules with prior assembly in a factory, and then transporting them to the construction site where they are assembled to form the final building.

These modules can be structural or non-structural and are manufactured under controlled conditions, allowing for greater efficiency and quality compared to traditional construction methods.

The modules can be designed and manufactured for various uses, such as homes, offices, schools, hospitals, hotels, among others. Each module can be completely autonomous or can be combined with others to form a larger structure.

This Architectural construction method in Panama offers several advantages compared to traditional construction methods, such as reduced construction time, greater efficiency in the use of materials, and reduced waste. In addition, modular constructions are more sustainable and respectful of the environment.

Another advantage of modular constructions is their versatility and flexibility. Modules can be designed and built to suit a wide variety of uses and needs, from homes and office buildings to medical and educational facilities.

Being modular constructions an innovative and efficient way to build high quality structures, reducing costs, time and environmental impact.



My name is Gabriel Solano Lázaro, I am an ideal architect in Panama City and editor of this Architecture & Design Blog.

I founded Grupo Ideas with my partner Jaqueline Molina in 2016, we are an architecture firm that is dedicated to residential, commercial and urban design.

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Follow me on my Twitter account @gabrielsolanola, I will continue sharing information, architecture.

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