83 Exterior Cabin Building Type Prefab Building Type Design Photos And Ideas

The geodesic domes look like igloos in the snowy Alpine landscape.
Whitepod lets you live a unique experience in a preserved nature at the heart of the Swiss Alps.
Upon check-in, guests receive their very own backpack with a map, headlamp, and walking sticks to ensure a full Alpine experience. The pods are located an easy 15-minute hike from reception—so, packing your hiking boots is essential. 

In addition to hiking, Whitepod also offers dog sledding, paragliding, and and private ski slopes for Whitepod guests only. After skiing, guests can enjoy Whitepod's sauna, indulge in spa services, or dine at their in-house restaurant called Les Cerniers, which serves a selection of seasonal traditional mountain dishes.
The color of the pods is adapted to each season: white in winter, green in summer.
Paved walkways connect each unit to the public spaces.
Wheelhaus Founder and CEO Jamie Mackay creates prefabs with the same quality and durability of the log cabins he grew up with, while incorporating his values of green production and modern design.
Custom woodwork on the Pavillion by Cascade Built.
The floating suites are scattered throughout the site.
After sunset the effect is reversed, and a radiating internal glow emerges from between the wooden slats.
Night views.
An exterior view.
The wood screens translate the elegant vertical movement of the reeds into a repetitive geometric pattern.
A view of the surrounding wraparound deck and wooden privacy screens.
The architecture almost evokes primitive constructions in the midst of the lake's reeds.
A wooden gangplank leads from shore to suite.
At 939 square feet on the main floor, the
Constructed out of structural insulated panels (SIPS), the Element House is a modular building that was designed to operate independently of public utilities by instead employing passive systems and on-site energy generation. The house functions as a guesthouse and visitor center for Star Axis, a nearby land art project by the artist Charles Ross in New Mexico.
Originally, glass doors opened to the deck, but after years of gusty winds, it was decided that a side entrance, protected by a sliding steel door, would be the preferred entrance.
Lushna offers a range of prefab options, including a sauna module, bathroom module, and many different sleeping units. Seen here is the Villa Air, which features 110 square-feet of space for a king-sized bed, mosquito nets, waterproof organic cotton canvas covering, lighting, and AC/DC plugs. The floor is spruce and the A-frame is larch.
Lushna's dwellings are available in Europe and the U.S., though for customers in the latter, prices can vary based on shipping costs and taxes. The baseline price of Villa Massive, seen here, is approximately $9,375. The canvas-lined Villa Air's is $4,453. To see Lushna's full range of products, visit their website here!
The Vinkelhuset Line is a modular prefab by Møn Huset.
The Model M prefab by Freedomky.
This particular project, at 300 square feet, required some modification to meet building codes. Nevertheless, it took only a week and a half to build on site.
A wilderness retreat for a songwriter, this compact, prefabricated wooden hut in Wienerwald, Austria was designed by architects Heike Schlauch and Robert Fabach of Austrian studio raumhochrosen as a place for its owner to find creative balance and focus through a visual and geographical connection with the woods outside. It's assymetrical roof, which slopes steeply one one side gives it a distinctly modern visage.
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Project Name: Island House

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The Fish Camp acts as the couple’s forest getaway, just a quarter mile from their main house.
In need of more room for their growing brood, Eric and Emma Gimon, with Luc, Paul, baby Louise, and their dog, Nefi, asked for a private space to accompany the house designed for Eric’s great-aunt.
Lake House
Lake House
It takes three to five days to install a Vipp Shelter onsite.
For 2015, Vipp, the Danish industrial design company known for its iconic trash cans and all-black kitchens, introduces a 592-square-foot prefab unit called Shelter.

Zoom out for a look at the modern exterior. From your dream house, to cozy cabins, to loft-like apartments, to repurposed shipping containers, these stellar projects promise something for everyone. Explore a variety of building types with metal roofs, wood siding, gables, and everything in between.

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