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Energy label

A / B

Roof slope

Flat / Sloped

Net Surface


Ceiling Height


Turn-Key Solutions

KODEA has developed a product series that enables the provision of housing for various target groups and helps integrate living spaces according to changing needs throughout life.

KODEA private houses are cleverly modular, allowing for a variety of floor plan solutions while retaining the excellent features of the factory-built modular system. This provides the flexibility for individuals to choose the size and layout that best suits their preferences. In accordance with zoning regulations or personal preferences, one can choose between a flat roof or a pitched roof. Additionally, there are various options available for window and door sizes, as well as for the projection of sheltered areas. Thanks to extensive research and testing, KODEA modular homes come with a readiness level of over 85% upon leaving the factory. On the construction site, only the preparation of foundations, connecting the modules, and setting up utilities are required. Afterward, moving in is the only step left. The environmental impact is minimal, both in terms of materials used and the site preparation work.


KODEA steel-framed modular house is affordable due to several key factors. Firstly, the efficient use of materials in the manufacturing process contributes to cost savings. The modular construction method allows for streamlined and standardized production, reducing both material waste and labor expenses.

Additionally, the modular approach enables economies of scale, as multiple units can be produced simultaneously in a controlled factory environment. This mass production helps to drive down overall costs, making the steel-framed modular house a more affordable housing option compared to traditional construction methods.

Overall, the combination of efficient material usage, the durability of steel framing, and the benefits of modular construction contribute to the affordability of this innovative housing solution.


KODEA steel-framed modular house is considered a premium product for several reasons. Firstly, the use of a steel frame enhances the structural integrity of the building, providing a robust and durable foundation. Steel is known for its strength and resistance to various environmental factors, ensuring the longevity of the modular house.

The modular construction process itself contributes to the premium status. Precision engineering in a controlled factory environment allows for high-quality construction with minimized errors and waste. The modules are produced with a high degree of accuracy, ensuring consistency and adherence to design specifications.

The premium nature of the modular steel-framed house is also reflected in its customization options. The design flexibility allows for tailored solutions to meet specific preferences and requirements, offering a level of personalization that may not be achievable with conventional construction.


The interior of the steel-framed modular house is designed to offer a familiar and comfortable living space that closely resembles that of a traditional single-family home. Despite its steel frame, the interior aesthetic does not significantly differ from conventional houses. What sets it apart is the flexibility and freedom it provides in terms of interior layout within the given external dimensions.

The robust and rigid steel frame allows for spacious and open interiors, giving homeowners greater freedom in room arrangement and design. The absence of load-bearing walls in key areas allows for creative and adaptable floor plans. This flexibility becomes particularly advantageous within the predetermined external footprint, providing homeowners the ability to customize and optimize the use of space according to their preferences and lifestyle needs.

In essence, the steel-framed modular house seamlessly blends a traditional home’s interior warmth and familiarity with the added advantage of a strong and rigid steel frame, offering an enhanced level of freedom in spatial planning within the designated external parameters.

Tech Specs

Single-Family homes


Starting at (inc. VAT)
€ 145 000
€ 175 000
€ 200 000
Square Meters

Square Footage

75 m²

807 sq. ft.

100 m²

1076 sq. ft.

125 m²

1345 sq. ft.

Unit dimensions

12 x 6,5
16 x 6,5


Corridor & cabinetry LED lighting system. IP65 bathroom LED spots. Switches & sockets according to design. Integrated smoke alarm.


Heat recovery ventilation, an energy recovery ventilation system that operates between two air sources at different temperatures. It’s a method that is used to reduce the heating and cooling demands of buildings

Heating & Cooling

Hydronic underfloor heating system that uses water for heating, It is linked with air to water heat pump. Air to water heat pumps are devices that use outside air to heat or cool water for indoor use. One of the most energy efficient systems.

Solar energy

If the roof direction and site are able to support a solar installation, it is extra option to add solar panels to they reduce the need for energy from the regular grids. In addition, homeowners can also opt for energy batteries used for storing excess solar energy. This can enable a home to use only the solar-generated electricity by consuming the stored energy overnight.

Thermal efficiency

All houses has high performance insulation that makes A energy class.

Your KODEA Building Process, Step-by-Step

The future of sustainable and affordable housing is modular. Your KODEA modular house is built in a factory, with all room modules pre-fabricated and then assembled on-site. Here is how our process looks like.


Contact our team to analyze conditions of your property and the local building permit requirements. This ensures your land is properly zoned for our modular structures. At the end of this phase, we provide you with a Feasibility Report, outlining the critical components needed to move forward.


Our Design Team will work with you to develop architectural plans, details and material selections best suited for your property, budget and goals. Production efficiencies are taken into account in the early stages of design so you can customize and we can standardize for mass-production.


Once your contract is executed, engineering and permitting begins! We develop and oversee the documents required for submittal, and coordinate with local and state agencies to obtain necessary permits. Once completed, the production begins.


Once the foundation is ready we start installing the modules on site. We’ll button up the seams, install the appliances, and add the finishing touches to ensure the homes are move-in ready.

Fit and finish

When the finishing touches on your new Modular Home or Commercial buildings are completed, a detailed review and approval process is conducted. Your structure receives a Certificate of Occupancy from local building departments and our journey together is now complete!


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Frequently asked questions

Here are answers to some of the common questions about modular houses that clients ask.

Does KODEA help with obtaining a building permit?

Sure, we are happy to help you with the permit process from start to finish.

Is there a difference in the construction between modular houses and site-built houses?

The primary difference between modular houses and site-built houses is the process. Modular houses are built within a controlled factory environment, which allows for improved quality and precision in the fabrication of the components. KODEA room modules are manufactured by robots and are engineered for faster, higher quality, and more efficient construction. Modular houses use the same materials as traditional site-built homes and must comply with all applicable regulations.

Can KODEA modular houses be customized?

While we’re specialized in mass-production, every customer of ours has different preferences and different regional requirements. As long as the design can be broken down into modular units and ordered in bulk, KODEA’s modular houses can be built in various shapes, styles and configurations.

Does modular houses meet A energy class?

All KODEA modular homes can be upgraded to Class A energy efficiency if needed

What is the difference between modular houses and prefabricated element houses?

Modular houses and element houses are both built in a controlled factory environment. The difference of them lies in the construction method: Modular house construction – Buildings are produced in separate three-dimensional sections, called modules, where the ceiling, floors and walls are already joint with electricity and plumbing installed. Using a crane system, the house is then assembled on-site from modules, enabling a quick and accurate erection of the building. Element house construction – Buildings are assembled from two-dimensional pre-fabricated sections – walls, floors and ceilings. Once they are connected and the house is made watertight, then electricity, plumbing and internal works, such as plasterboard, can begin.

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