Prefab homes have always been a part of the Dwell DNA. Here you will find prefab homes published in dwell magazine as well as great prefab home ideas. Prefabricated means either panelized, modular, or kit homes. Prefab architecture works for both remote sites and dense urban spaces. Modular homes are popular but can be the most expensive to customize. It is best to change as little as possible when buying prefab. Possible advantages of pre fab include lower cost, higher degree of precision, and less construction waste.

Grandson of Frank Lloyd Wright Constructs Peaceful Prefab Near the Legend's Famed School
A scion of Frank Lloyd Wright erects a modular hillside retreat near the architect’s estate.
A Look at Frank Lloyd Wright's Little-Known Prefabs
From early modular construction to a portfolio of homes based in the Midwest, we take a look at the prefab residences designed by...
Tour Frank Lloyd Wright's Spectacular Desert Retreat and School in Arizona
A masterful extension of the desert landscape in Scottsdale, Taliesin West is a living memorial to the inspiring life and work of...
A Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Home Near Chicago Hits the Market at $777K
Tucked away in a leafy Illinois suburb, this midcentury modern house that takes inspiration from America’s most famous architect...
House of the Week: Prefab Home of Frank Lloyd Wright's Grandson
Every week, we highlight one amazing Dwell home that went viral on Pinterest.
10 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings We Love
“The good building is not one that hurts the landscape, but one which makes the landscape more beautiful than it was before the...
A Usonian Masterpiece by Frank Lloyd Wright Is on the Market For $1.5M
One of Wright's Usonian homes in New York hits the market for the first time in 20 years.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Celebrated Robie House Reopens to the Public
Chicago’s Frederick C. Robie House underwent an expansive $11 million restoration helmed by its preservation steward, the Frank...
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic Ennis House Is Listed For $23M
One of the most impressive homes in America has surfaced on the market after a nearly $17,000,000 restoration.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unbuilt Predecessor to the Guggenheim Museum Comes to Life
Through photorealistic renderings, Spanish architect David Romero resurrects one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s unrealized designs for a...
This Quirky Abode Built By a Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice Wants $575K
Designed in 1966 by Wright’s student Herb DeLevie, this home in Madison, Wisconsin, includes an unusual converted sunroom.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Sondern-Adler House Is Heading to Auction
The Kansas City home—previously listed at $1.7M— is now going up for auction with no reserve.
8 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings Inducted Into the UNESCO World Heritage List
Eight exceptional Frank Lloyd Wright projects have officially made it onto the UNESCO World Heritage List—the first modern...
A Sunflower-Inspired Dome Home by a Frank Lloyd Wright Apprentice Asks $450K
Designed by Taliesin fellow James Dresser, the Sunflower House champions Wright’s ideals for building with and in nature.
19 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes You Can Actually Visit—or Stay In
You may not be lucky enough to live in a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright—but you can always sleep in one.
A Handsome, Hexagonal Home by Frank Lloyd Wright Wants $1.2M
About an hour’s drive from New York City, the Stuart Richardson House is a Usonian treasure with a hexagonal motif.
Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Style and Camping Collide in Maine
When a traditional architectural style meets handmade details, the result is a quietly modern retreat.
Own a Private Island With a Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed House For $12.9M
Fifty miles north of New York City, a private island with a controversial home and guesthouse built from Frank Lloyd Wright’s...
Marc Jacobs Buys a Frank Lloyd Wright Home in New York For $9.17M
New York–based fashion designer Marc Jacobs snaps up one of Frank Lloyd Wright's last homes, built in the exclusive coastal...
The Last House Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Hits the Market at $2.98M
Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the Norman Lykes Residence is one of 14 circular homes by the iconic architect.