Alexander Stepura did not intend to start a business in homebuilding. He had spent approximately 30 years in robotics, incorporating efficiency into human routines, until the war in Ukraine happened, and everything changed. With many of his staff left displaced by the Russian invasion, Alexander came up with a fast-assembling modular home that could be easily delivered from point A to B, and would keep them safe. “There were too many uncertainties. So we came up with a plan to use the CNC machines we have in Kyiv and apply the equipment we were already using to build these mobile homes,” Alexander shares. 

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