We’re heading into an uncertain future, but two things are clear: Technology is getting better and the environment is getting worse. Fortunately, the former offers solutions for the latter, as zeroHouse sets out to prove. This prefab concept uses the tools of today to paint a digital picture of the house of tomorrow.
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- From weekend abodes to the “homes of tomorrow,” these five great residences truly capture the prefab element at it’s finest.
- With a sleek prototype in Emeryville, California, under its belt, Simpatico Homes sets out to redefine prefab's cost—and footprint.
- In a German town known more for its medieval castle than its modern architecture, the JustK Haus is a prefab home fit for a family of six.
Blu Homes & Dwell invite you to delve into prefab: past, present and future. Dwell editor-in-chief Amanda Dameron moderates a panel on the rich history of prefab highlighting the great homes that have defined the movement and the extraordinary breakthroughs in architecture and technology that are making advances today. Bill Haney, Blu Homes visionary and co-founder will be joined by Vice President of Design and Creative Director, Karl Daubmann as they guide us through this fascinating topic.
Join Blu Homes February 17, 23, and 24, from 12 to 4 p.m. for an exclusive tour of the Disneys’ Origin home
The Disney family is graciously opening their new Joshua Tree home to visitors during Palm Spring Modernism Week. The Disneys have paired two Blu Origin home units and a separate guest unit to create one unique space set against the stark beauty of the Mojave Desert. Experience the stunning architecture, precision engineering and green features of one of our most popular and flexible designs.
Shuttle service to the home tour will depart from 6225 Sunburst Avenue, Joshua Tree, California.
Visit bluhomes.com/events to RSVP today. The event is free.
- The architect looks back at Habitat ’67 and shares his thoughts on the future of prefabrication.
- A Marmol Radziner–designed prefab house, trucked onto a remote Northern California site, takes the pain out of the construction process.