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4 Pristine Prefabs from Marmol Radziner

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Los Angeles-based Marmol Radziner understands the benefits of prefab construction. Here, we take a look at four noteworthy projects from the Dwell archives that were flawlessly executed by the collaborative architecture firm.
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  A Picturesque Desert PrefabJim Murren’s prefab house in Sin City, designed by Marmol Radziner, is as artful as it is art-filled, thanks to an asymmetrical arrangement of solids and voids. Photo by Jill Paider.  Photo by: Jill PaiderCourtesy of: Jill Paider

    A Picturesque Desert Prefab

    Jim Murren’s prefab house in Sin City, designed by Marmol Radziner, is as artful as it is art-filled, thanks to an asymmetrical arrangement of solids and voids. Photo by Jill Paider.

    Photo by: Jill Paider

    Courtesy of: Jill Paider

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  Twenty-two 12-foot-wide steel-frame modules were combined to form nine to 14-foot-high rooms that were stacked and bolted together. Ten deck modules added more than 4,700 square feet of sheltered outdoor space. Photo by Jill Paider.  Photo by: Jill PaiderCourtesy of: Jill Paider

    Twenty-two 12-foot-wide steel-frame modules were combined to form nine to 14-foot-high rooms that were stacked and bolted together. Ten deck modules added more than 4,700 square feet of sheltered outdoor space. Photo by Jill Paider.

    Photo by: Jill Paider

    Courtesy of: Jill Paider

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  Desert UtopiaWith this elegant steel prototype, Marmol Radziner and Associates launch a new prefab venture with the goal of bringing their modern design sensibilities to a broader market. Photo by Daniel Hennessy.  Photo by: Daniel Hennessy

    Desert Utopia

    With this elegant steel prototype, Marmol Radziner and Associates launch a new prefab venture with the goal of bringing their modern design sensibilities to a broader market. Photo by Daniel Hennessy.

    Photo by: Daniel Hennessy

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  After months of arduous design and construction, Marmol and Becket are thrilled to escape Los Angeles for their idyllic desert retreat. Photo by Daniel Hennessy.  Photo by: Daniel Hennessy

    After months of arduous design and construction, Marmol and Becket are thrilled to escape Los Angeles for their idyllic desert retreat. Photo by Daniel Hennessy.

    Photo by: Daniel Hennessy

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  A Simple PlanA Marmol Radziner–designed prefab house, trucked onto a remote Northern California site, takes the pain out of the construction process. Photo by Dwight Eschliman.  Photo by: Dwight Eschliman

    A Simple Plan

    A Marmol Radziner–designed prefab house, trucked onto a remote Northern California site, takes the pain out of the construction process. Photo by Dwight Eschliman.

    Photo by: Dwight Eschliman

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  The Burton Residence is comprised of ten recycled steel frame modules ranging in size from 25 feet and 1 inch by 8 feet and 9 inches to 48 feet and 9 inches by 8 feet and 9 inches. The modules were trucked to the site with all walls, appliances, fixtures, and cabinets already installed, then craned into place to form an L arrangement; bolted together; and finally welded to steel plates on the concrete block foundation. Photo by Dwight Eschliman.  Photo by: Dwight Eschliman

    The Burton Residence is comprised of ten recycled steel frame modules ranging in size from 25 feet and 1 inch by 8 feet and 9 inches to 48 feet and 9 inches by 8 feet and 9 inches. The modules were trucked to the site with all walls, appliances, fixtures, and cabinets already installed, then craned into place to form an L arrangement; bolted together; and finally welded to steel plates on the concrete block foundation. Photo by Dwight Eschliman.

    Photo by: Dwight Eschliman

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  Marmol Radziner PrefabAmid the industrial expanse of Vernon, California, Marmol Radziner Prefab’s factory-built homes are pieced together in a process akin to the assembly lines made famous by Henry Ford. Wood cladding skins the facade of a completed Marmol Radziner Prefab home in Venice, California.

    Marmol Radziner Prefab

    Amid the industrial expanse of Vernon, California, Marmol Radziner Prefab’s factory-built homes are pieced together in a process akin to the assembly lines made famous by Henry Ford. Wood cladding skins the facade of a completed Marmol Radziner Prefab home in Venice, California.

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