Hi everyone!

I’m doing research on how modularity affects form and colour in design and I was hoping if anybody can help me find good and bad examples of how its applied, integrated etc.


Lot’s of public housing projects all over the world uses modular construction. Also large construction projects like bridges and raised freeways don’t build on-site.

Very true, I noticed alot of construction and architecture uses modularity but I was thinking more about consumer products (something other than storage bins unless they’re very innovative). I’ve seen some neat furniture by Karim Rashid that has pretty organic forms and can be reconfigured in many ways.

Anyone know any good books as well?