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.
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.
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...
From the Frank Lloyd Wright School: Taliesin Mod.Fab
With so many green prefab projects out there, designers have to continually up their game to hit the highest standards of...
Dwell Reflects on Frank Lloyd Wright in Honor of the 150th Anniversary of His Birth
It's no secret that Frank Lloyd Wright has received his fair share of coverage over the years at Dwell—and rightfully so,...
10 Ways to Celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th Birthday
Frank Lloyd Wright was without a doubt, one of the most iconic and prolific architects of the 20th century.
A Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Waterfront Masterpiece in Dallas Is Up For Auction
A modern masterpiece which embraces its lush natural surroundings, the Vaughn House is considered to be one of the most...
What You Need to Know About Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian Homes
You’ve heard the term thrown around, but what does it actually mean, and where in the world is...
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.
The Last House Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Hits the Market at $3.25M
Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the Norman Lykes Residence is one of 14 circular homes by the iconic architect.
Without a Buyer, This Frank Lloyd Wright Building Will Be Destroyed in 3 Days
The Lockridge Medical Center will be demolished on January 10, 2018—and it will be the first viable Wright design to be lost in...
The Original Homeowners of a Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed House Ask $1.3 Million
It’s a rare occasion when a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright goes on the market.
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...
Iconic Perspectives: Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House
At this day and age, the name Frank Lloyd Wright is virtually inseparable from the topic of American architecture.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Major Residential Masterpiece Could Be Yours for $7.2 Million
For the price of $7.2 million, Frank Lloyd Wright’s last extensive residential commission is on the market after being thoroughly...
Live Out Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Vision in This Home That’s Asking $725K
On the market for only the second time, the Anderson House in Pleasantville, New York, was built in 1950 as part of the iconic...
An Interview With Frank Lloyd Wright's Photographer Pedro E. Guerrero
In 1939, Frank Lloyd Wright hired 22-year-old Pedro Guerrero to be Taliesin West’s resident photographer, the start of a...
The Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Louis Penfield House in Ohio Is For Sale For $1.3M
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built in 1955, this 1,730-square-foot, three-bedroom, one-bathroom residence in Lake County,...
You Can Now Rent Frank Lloyd Wright's Gloriously Restored Eppstein House
In Kalamazoo County, Michigan, the Usonian design welcomes guests through Airbnb.
10 Frank Lloyd Wright Homes Available to Rent Right Now
You may not be lucky enough to reside in a Frank Lloyd Wright property.

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