Small, sustainable houses pitched as future trend
March 10, 2023
A European builder of small houses is extending its pitch to North America by offering tiny houses built to Passive House standards.
Spain-based Woodville combines technology and design to offer a set of innovative services in all its mohmas (small homes), the company claims.
Through digitized production, the prefabrication of wood enables it to offer planning and control of the entire process, resulting in integrated and standardized sets.
A house assembly can be done in a couple of days, not months, Woodville claims.
Tiny houses range from 20.4 square metres (219 square feet) to a two-storey, three-bedroom model of 45 square metres (484 square feet).A 2022 study by Technavio forecasts the tiny home market—for both residential and recreational markets—will grow to US$3.5 billion by 2026 with North America accounting for nearly 60 per cent of the growth.
Builders or contractors can visit www.bewoodville.com/en for more information.