Michela O'Connor Abrams
Prefab and then some
Prefab Spotlight: Turkel Design
Turkel Design is a leading manufacturer of prefab homes.
The Biggest Little Cabins
How innovative, flat-packed problem solving led students at Colorado Building Workshop to create a sense of home for the nomadic...
A Prefab Cabin in Norway
A small prefab cabin in Norway is offering an alternative view on the concept of luxury.
POD-Idladla, Prefabricated, Modular...
The ESCAPE Traveler stands out from other trailers by blending in. Designed to resemble a prairie cabin, its cedar lap...
A Tiny DIY Trailer Home Built by a Couple on a Budget
A young couple on the move build a small home that will go wherever life takes them.
Marmol and Becket with their daughter, Emilia.
A Hybrid Prefab Home in Upstate New York
For a vintage design dealer seeking a respite from the city, architect William Massie conceptualized a mostly prefab home around...
Prefab construction made it possible for the Monogram Modern Home to travel the country.
Cabins are definitely having a moment, and who else but the Bluth family would be up on that trend? Here, Lindsay and...
8 Companies That Are Revolutionizing Kit Homes
With seemingly limitless plans, styles, and sizes, kit homes are an intriguing alternative for homebuyers.
It Took Three Days to Ferry This Off-the-Grid Prefab to Its Remote Australian Site
Ever wonder what it takes to get a house to the end of the...
An Energy-Efficient Hybrid Prefab Keeps Cool in the Palm Springs Desert
Drawing from the laws of nature, an architect devises a way to beat the heat in the California desert.
Joel Turkel on the Future of Prefab
The future of prefab is an increasingly nonarchitectural problem.
A Texas Camping Spot Complete With Yurts and Miniature Donkeys
For those seeking a hidden locale to set up camp for an idyllic weekend getaway, Green Acres in Elgin, Texas might be the...
One of the main draws of Kevin Freeman and Jen Feldmann’s house is its connection to the neighborhood, which is why the...
A model of the Aero House, by architect Tadashi Murai.
The studio took roughly three weeks to build.
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