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Explore the Striking Eco-Friendly Prefab Homes of Djuric Tardio Architectes

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Known for getting modern homes past Paris' restrictive zoning laws, French architecture firm Djuric Tardio Architectes' prefab designs are efficiently and expediently assembled on site—in one case, in as little as two weeks. While Dwell's December/January 2016 issue explores one of their most recent projects, we've gathered a selection of their designs here.

Clad in cedar, this 2,600 square-foot prefabricated home was constructed in a mere two weeks.
The roof supports a vegetable garden where anything form squash to grapes can be grown.
Much of the home's energy-efficient construction is hidden from view: Djuric Tardio Architectes used prefabricated...
Another one of Djuric Tardio Architectes recent projects is this home extension, completed in 2015 and also located...
The 1,900 square-foot home's exterior features a striking material combination: larch cladding, painted black, and...
For this next home renovation and expansion, also in a suburb of Paris, the client was a family of five seeking...
In addition to improving the home's insulation, the architects inserted this skylight into the living area.
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