The Mansion House flexible living space concept - which has consent and is being built in a factory in Bilbao - will start on site at Urban Splash's New Islington development in Manchester later this year and go on sale this summer.
The scheme represents the third offsite-manufactured product from Urban Splash after its Town House and Fab House concepts.
The homes feature dual aspect views, and sustainably sourced cross-laminated timber feature walls and ceilings which retain heat in winter and let the building cool in the summer.
Extra high ceilings and 8m2 balconies are complemented by tall doors and big windows.
Urban Splash chairman and co-founder Tom Bloxham said: 'Mansion House is a product that once again challenges design convention, and something we believe will redefine the concept of apartment living, creating a series of flexible one and two-bedroom homes which combine state-of-the-art materials and construction with a lifestyle-enhancing design.'
As with Town House, homeowners will be able to choose from nine apartment layouts to suit how they want to live. Inner walls are non-load-bearing, meaning rooms and layouts can be changed as customers desire.
ShedKM designer Ian Killick said: 'Our starting point for Mansion House was to challenge and rethink the trend towards larger, monolithic and increasingly impersonal apartment blocks and towers springing up in our towns and cities.
Earlier this month, a team led by Urban Splash and architect Proctor & Matthews emerged as favourites to design and build around 440 homes at the new town of Northstowe in Cambridgeshire, in what is likely to become the UK's largest modular housing scheme this century.
Main contractor Artez
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