Resolution: 4 Architecture, which specializes in customizable prefabs, trucked seven modules out to East Hampton, New York to create a durable, cedar-sided country home for a family of six. Photo by João Canziani.
Photo by: João Canziani
Also designed by Resolution: 4 Architecture, this prefab cabin in the woods makes a cozy retreat in rural West Virginia. Photo by Chris Mueller.
Photo by: Chris Mueller
A prefab, lakeside cabin in New Jersey offers an outdoorsy retreat only an hour from New York City. Photo by Mark Mahaney.
Photo by: Mark Mahaney
Courtesy of: Mark Mahaney
While clapboard-clad kit houses abound in Sweden, architecture firm Claesson Koivisto Rune seeks to improve the aesthetic by interpreting old-fashioned archetypes in new, modern prefabs. Photo by Åke E:son Lindman.
Photo by: Åke E:son Lindman
Prefabrication was a logical solution to the topographic hurdles posed by an island getaway off Canada’s western coast. The rustic facade blends in seamlessly with the Arcadian surroundings. Photo by Patrick Barta.
A timber-frame and wooden-clad prefab built on Scotland’s Isle of Skye demonstrates an economical and local approach to building in far-flung locations. Photo by Marcus McAdam.
Photo by: Marcus McAdam
A prefabricated addition blends in seamlessly with the wood-paneled Joseph Esherick home in Berkeley, California. Photo by Caren Alpert.
Photo by: Caren Alpert
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