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A Prefab Factory Used Its Own Products For a New Cafeteria

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When a prefab building company needs a new facility, it can't design any old structure. Designed by Chybik+Kristof Associated Architects for the Czech company KOMA Modular, this cafeteria's bottom floor is entirely composed of KOMA's most popular prefab product, approximately 10 feet by 30 feet in size. The modular units are wrapped in metal mesh but staggered to hint at their modular origins. Employees eating in the second floor dining hall—which was built with standard construction techniques—enjoy sweeping views thanks to floor-to-ceiling glass. The building's interiors sport galvanized sheet-steel that references the modular steel structure underneath.

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