The Holy Grail for architects since the early 20th century modernism is to mass produce homes. It’s never quite worked out. It either not cost effective or its not what people want to live in. Here another iteration of mass production using SketchUp to design your house and then having the parts made on a CNC (computer numberical controlled) router.
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