New Zealand’s Best Modern Modular Homes

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Known for its natural landscapes and high quality of life, New Zealand has become a prime destination for modular homeowners. Modular homes are a great building alternative in New Zealand, not only because they offer an affordable solution compared to traditional building, but also because many companies are currently investing in the research of modern solutions. While there are many types of modular homes available in New Zealand, we are focusing on the category of modern modular homes. Below you will find a list of our five favorite modular homes available in New Zealand.

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Typically modern modular homes can be distinguished by the following characteristics: 

  • Simple, sleek lines and contours.
  • Only essential elements with minimal ornaments or detailing.  
  • Open spaces with plenty of natural light.
  • A simplified color scheme.
  • Highly functional design for improved quality of life.

Nook Homes 

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These minimal-looking houses are unique, offering luxurious spaces while maintaining a simple design. NOOK builds their homes with locally sourced materials to ensure a high quality product with a minimal environmental impact.

Highlights:

  • Options for customizing designs and floor plans.
  • Building nationwide.
  • Minimalist styles.
  • Not energy efficient 
  • No improved indoor air quality.
  • No renewable energy sources.  
  • No smart technology.

Podular Modular Living 

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Podular makes architectural design accessible, offering minimalist, modern-looking homes at affordable prices. Simplicity is key, not only in terms of design but with their offers as well. With a range of only four models, Podular will customize any design to fit your needs.

Highlights:

  • Predesigned homes with options for customization.
  • Building nationwide.
  • Minimalist style.
  • Not energy efficient 
  • No improved indoor air quality.
  • No renewable energy sources.  

Nautilus Modular

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These very unique-looking pavilions take modular construction as an inspiration and evolve it to achieve a building system that can be mass-produced. Nautilus Modular achieves simple, high-quality, and energy-efficient homes through all their designs. 

Highlights:

  • Predesigned homes with options for customization.
  • Builds within a 100 km radius from Wanaka.
  • Pavilion style.
  • Energy efficient. 
  • Improved indoor air quality. 
  • No renewable energy sources. 
  • No smart technology.

Mod Box 

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These functional, ready-to-go homes are designed to withstand the unique weather conditions of Queenstown. Built fast and at an affordable price, Mod Box homes’ beautiful industrial look combines the modern aesthetic with a high level of functionality. 

Highlights:

  • Options for customizing designs and floor plans.
  • Building in Queenstown and Southland.
  • Industrial style.
  • Not energy efficient. 
  • No improved indoor air quality.
  • No renewable energy sources. 
  • No smart technology.

Greenhaven Homes 

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Sustainable living is the main goal of Greenhaven Homes and it shows. Maintaining a rural feel, these houses have an industrialized look, with innovative, green functionality as the center of attention.

Highlights:

  • Options for customizing designs and floor plans.
  • Building nationwide
  • Rural industrial style.
  • Energy efficient. 
  • Improved indoor air quality. 
  • Renewable energy sources. 
  • Preparation for smart technology.