Jennifer Siegal feels more than a touch of excitement when she sees a flatbed carrying housing modules. It’s not simply the idea that a home can be built in a factory, delivered to a site, and hoisted into place in hours, but the larger implications of how mobile architecture responds to the way we live today. For Siegal, prefab is "a more intelligent way of inhabiting the landscape."
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