9 Historical Prefab Projects
- An unexpected source of inspiration, Architecture of Doom, is not your average eye candy Tumblr blog.
- Located just across the water from San Francisco, the East Bay—including the cities of Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville—is a much sunnier, spacious counterpart to its foggy sister city.
- My father’s prefabricated housing project, Habitat ’67, broke ground in April of 1965.
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- Perhaps best known for cheese, beer, and Bart Starr, Wisconsin has emerged in recent years as something of a laboratory for intelligent, modern architecture.
- Architect Zvi Hecker explores geometric forms in three-dimensional structures, or “polyhedric architecture.”
- A modern eccentric with an architectural sensibility drawn from ancient Japanese traditions, Terunobu Fujimori designs projects that are exercises in playful experimentation and sophisticated craft.
- Resembling in form and function ancestors such as Jean Prouvé’s prefab Tropical House, Architect Fred Friedmeyer’s prefab structures harmonize, as much as possible, with…