4 Innovative Prefab Homes in Georgia

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By Kate Reggev
From container homes to domed houses, these prefab residences in Georgia have a lot to offer.

The state of Georgia might have you thinking more about traditional Southern architecture than modern prefab homes, but these modular, kit, and prefabricated homes will have you think again. Read on for some of our favorites below.

Atlanta Home by Clever Homes

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Clever Homes is an architecture, planning, and design firm specializing in the construction of unique prefab buildings with an emphasis on beautiful, efficient, and sustainable structures. The Atlanta home consists of four bedrooms and four bathrooms in its 2,400-square-foot layout, and features horizontal louvers on many windows and an open porch to reduce direct sunlight and heat.

Clever Homes is an architecture, planning, and design firm specializing in the construction of unique prefab buildings with an emphasis on beautiful, efficient, and sustainable structures. The Atlanta home consists of four bedrooms and four bathrooms in its 2,400-square-foot layout, and features horizontal louvers on many windows and an open porch to reduce direct sunlight and heat.

The bright and airy "Container House 2.0" was constructed out of three stacked, prefabricated, and reused shipping containers. It boasts three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, complete with heated porcelain tile. Wrapped with Icynene insulation and low-energy, double-pane glass, the home sits on a two-car garage and comes with a rain-barrel collection system. It's also prewired for solar panels, and has a deck on the top floor with views of Midtown Atlanta.

The bright and airy "Container House 2.0" was constructed out of three stacked, prefabricated, and reused shipping containers. It boasts three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, complete with heated porcelain tile. Wrapped with Icynene insulation and low-energy, double-pane glass, the home sits on a two-car garage and comes with a rain-barrel collection system. It's also prewired for solar panels, and has a deck on the top floor with views of Midtown Atlanta.

Designed by Phoenix-based ASUL—which stands for adaptable system for universal living—and CSCP Consult in Savannah, Georgia, this is not a full-fledged home but rather an accessory dwelling unit, known as an ADU. Its 16-foot by 20-foot interior is cozy and practical, inspired by the midcentury main house adjacent to the building, which is used as an office, library, and study. The ADU rests on 6-foot stilts to comply with FEMA flood zone requirements.

Designed by Phoenix-based ASUL—which stands for adaptable system for universal living—and CSCP Consult in Savannah, Georgia, this is not a full-fledged home but rather an accessory dwelling unit, known as an ADU. Its 16-foot by 20-foot interior is cozy and practical, inspired by the midcentury main house adjacent to the building, which is used as an office, library, and study. The ADU rests on 6-foot stilts to comply with FEMA flood zone requirements.

In 2016, a team with over 25 years' combined experience in real estate development created Atlanta–based Compass Green to develop and market innovative technologies that can significantly transform the way we live. Their first line of housing products uses a prefabricated modular building system, with earth-bermed structural components made in Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), which are specifically designed to fit together to provide infinite design possibilities. The finished homes are technologically advanced, energy-efficient, and make extensive use of local, renewable materials. Their showhome, located in Atlanta, delivers a great view of the outdoors from every room, with large windows that bring in light, and provides protection from the elements while also using eco-conscious materials.

In 2016, a team with over 25 years' combined experience in real estate development created Atlanta–based Compass Green to develop and market innovative technologies that can significantly transform the way we live. Their first line of housing products uses a prefabricated modular building system, with earth-bermed structural components made in Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), which are specifically designed to fit together to provide infinite design possibilities. The finished homes are technologically advanced, energy-efficient, and make extensive use of local, renewable materials. Their showhome, located in Atlanta, delivers a great view of the outdoors from every room, with large windows that bring in light, and provides protection from the elements while also using eco-conscious materials.