Gropius bet for the massive production of houses made with prefabricated components that allowed the combination of different parts to create different shapes. In the two houses designed, all the components were industrially produced and then assembled on site. The structure is made of steel and the walls are made of 8 cm thick expanded cork and fiber blocks to ensure insulation.
In prefabricated buildings, this new way of building, Gropius sees the beginning of a new and important technological era in the construction field.
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