In this dissertation it is analyzed the development of prefabricated modules, utilizing ψηφιακών μέσων παραγωγής, for the demonstration of digital material. Main goal, through research and the inheritance of history of prefabrication, is to be designed lightweight construction modules which replicated will be able to fulfill the requirements of an exhibition.
The central idea behind this project is based on open construction design, which will be publicly available for modification in forums. Τhe production of modules that can be used everywhere without high costs for the construction or transportation and with the least technical knowledge as possible is the fundamental goal of this project.
Placement in open areas and in every terrain, the use of CNC and lightweight materials are the prerequisites of this development.
At the first chapter, it will be mentioned the research done in order to finally design the aforementioned modules. Firstly, there will be definitions of key-words as a means to better understand the subject.
Furthermore, a brief discussion about the history of prefabrication will be made and afterwards through previous examples of prefabrication I will try to clarify the meaning and essence of the matter. In addition, a categorization of the styles and forms of prefabrication will be made.
The second part is about my proposal for the design of prefabricated modules serving for the subject of my dissertation.
In the third part it will be demonstrated in detail the tests that have been done for the implementation of small scale modules and the way I followed in order to decide their final form.