13 Modern Prefab Cabins You Can Buy Right Now
Prefabricated homes are known for their high quality of construction and quick build times—but that doesn’t mean that these residences sacrifice on design. Here, we take a look at 13 prefabricated cabins that are modern, sleek, and eco-friendly.
Czech prefab home company Freedomky produces modular, prefabricated cabins that can be added to after initial purchase and construction—perfect for a growing family. Their Model M, the most classic model by Freedomky, is "a beautiful, clean and comfortable living space for a couple, our first 37-square-meter. A magnificent kitchen with a relaxing zone can bear a small party or become a place for recreation."
At 74 square meters (797 square feet), this variation of the Vinkelhuset line by Danish modular cabin designer Møn Huset is L-shaped in plan and hits all the right notes, boasting clean lines, a practical gabled roof, and simple, attractive detailing on the interior.
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This line of prefabricated homes brings a non-traditional way of building to Brazil by creating prefabricating pieces using a plug-and-play logic so that they can be rearranged and organized. For this variation atop a hill, a cross-form plan was developed to allow views looking out to each of the cardinal directions.
Inspired by the barns of the Midwest, Alchemy designed a prefab house that takes all its clues from the 19th century but updates them for the 21st century. Featuring large openings, a sleeping loft, and cellar-level bedrooms under a gabled roof, the Barnhouse is also available in different interior finishes including ash and steel.
Kenjo, a Swedish company that makes prefab homes, has created a new product called Friluftsstugan, or Outdoor Cottage. Designed by Johan Svartnäs, the cabin emphasizes indoor-outdoor living with a movable roof and an ample covered wooden porch. The home comes preassembled—all that needs to happen is for it to be lifted into place.