Outdoor, Back Yard, Flowers, Shrubs, Hardscapes, Horizontal Fences, Wall, and Metal Fences, Wall Components for low-cost prefab homes designed by Habitat for Humanity and the firm Minarc for South Central Los Angeles were trucked in and assembled over three days. Photos by Art Gray.  Photo 8 of 11 in 10 Prefabricated Homes That Will Catch Your Eye from An Innovative Net-Zero Prefab in Los Angeles

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Thanks to a streamlined, waste-free construction method and affordable materials, like unembellished cement board cladding and Minarc’s signature Cradle to Cradle–certified mnmMOD panels, the firm’s three 1,200-square-foot homes came in at the requisite $150 per square foot—including foundation, transportation of the modular components, and rooftop solar panels, from Grid Alternatives, that offset 95 percent of the structures’ energy demands.