Prefab Homes

Compared to conventional construction methods, modern prefab homes are built faster and have a smaller environmental impact. As these stories show, prefabricated and modular homes range widely in size, material, and style. From cozy cottages to large family homes, prefab continues to redefine the future of construction, building, and design.

This efficient, prefabricated home was developed specifically for smaller spaces, such as this urban lot in Seattle.
The addition, which was built offsite save for the sliding glass door system, includes an outdoor shower and a...
A prefab pool- and guesthouse designed by LABhaus frames views of a Massachusetts property’s original structure, a...
Treehouse by Baumraum,...
The Kelleys furnished the cottage with help from Suzanne’s daughter Betsy Burbank of Betsy Burbank Interiors.
Cubicco’s prefab houses, like the Cabana Beach model, are built with laminated veneer lumber, an engineered material...
An exterior shot shows the site-built garage along with two adapted prefabricated modules.
In the rear, the master bedroom is visible in the cedar volume.
The cantilevered office space above the garage is also underlit with exterior lighting between the driveway and the...
The exterior features cedar tongue and groove siding and James Hardie panels.
The project features passive design strategies to maximize natural daylighting and temperature control.
New pine and spruce wood from the Pyrenees (both recyclable and PEFC certified) were selected for the façade of the...
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Simpatico Homes founder Seth Krubiner has lived in the prefab company’s nearly net-zero prototype since it was...
“One of the goals of Zenkaya was to create employment in a country crippled by [an unemployment rate of over 25...
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’s design for the Verheyden clan is instantly legible from the back deck, where the repetition...
The kitchen island is topped with PaperStone in slate and wrapped in the same steel used to clad the house’s facade.

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