BoKlok (by Skanska, IKEA, Harmet)
BoKlok – jointly owned by Skanska and Ikea – produces about 1,200 homes a year, mostly for Sweden but also Norway, Finland, and the UK. Harmet - an Estonian offsite construction company founded in... (Click to Read More)
BoKlok – jointly owned by Skanska and Ikea – produces about 1,200 homes a year, mostly for Sweden but also Norway, Finland, and the UK. Harmet - an Estonian offsite construction company founded in 1992 - manufactures the prefabricated modules, which come complete with doors and windows, power and water systems, ready-fitted bathrooms and kitchens. (Harmet's biggest clients are Cramo for construction site huts and Skanska’s BoKlok for modular homes.) The first BoKlok development opened in 1997 near Helsingborg, in southern Sweden. BoKlok homes are built primarily from wood, using a smart, industrialised and efficient process. To date, BoKlok has developed about 13,000 homes in Sweden, Finland, Norway and the UK.
Skanska is an industry leader in residential development and construction. IKEA has the same reputation within home furnishings and furniture production.
DeployedFinland, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom
13000 Total Units Produced to Date
Project Type Detail:
Factory Location: Puusepa 8, Kumna, 76614 Harju maakond, Estonia
Deployed to Date Detail: Sweden, Finland, Norway, UK
Built Custom Plans? Yes