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June 3, 2014
At an expanded 23,000 square feet, Dwell Outdoor promises to be a hub for all things green and prefab during Dwell on Design, taking place June 20-22, 2014, in Los Angeles. A variety of the latest prefab models will be on display, and innovators will take to the stage to share what's next in the world of prefab housing. Click through the slideshow to get a sneak peak.
Modern LEED prefab home made from sustainable wood
Steve Glenn of Living Homes, Bill Haney of Blu Homes, and Whitney Sander of Sander Architects will come together onstage to discuss why prefab is the key to building in the future. In a separate presentation, architects Jared Levy and Gordon Stott of Connect:Homes in Los Angeles will discuss the prefab home they built for a client’s octogenarian mother, featured in the June issue of Dwell.
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Modern prefab designed to resemble a log cabin
Wheelhaus Founder and CEO Jamie Mackay creates prefabs with the same quality and durability of the log cabins he grew up with, while incorporating his values of green production and modern design.
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Modern prefabs for urban settings and vacation homes
Altius miniHome offers a hybrid system of architect-designed modular prefabricated homes. Compact, high quality, and energy-efficient, these contemporary residences are fit for urban or vacation properties.
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Easily and quickly installed, versatile prefabs for rent or purchase
The Dropspot Portable Prefab's versatility makes it suitable for a variety of residential and commercial settings, from office spaces to extra bedrooms to hotel bungalows.
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Modern prefabs made from ISO containers
Launching at this year’s Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, CubeDepot sells, rents, and modifies ISO containers.
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Luxury, mobile prefab made from sustainable materials
Brian and Katrina Manzo, the husband and wife cofounders of Sprouting Sprocket Studio, create luxurious mobile outdoor living spaces.
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Modern prefab made from sustainable materials by high-end designers
Minarc, a design studio favoring holistic, environmentally sound materials, has left its mark from Los Angeles to Reykjavik. The studio also designs prefabs, including for affordable housing projects in South L.A., and will bring one to the show floor.
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Modern LEED prefab home made from sustainable wood
Steve Glenn of Living Homes, Bill Haney of Blu Homes, and Whitney Sander of Sander Architects will come together onstage to discuss why prefab is the key to building in the future. In a separate presentation, architects Jared Levy and Gordon Stott of Connect:Homes in Los Angeles will discuss the prefab home they built for a client’s octogenarian mother, featured in the June issue of Dwell.

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