5 Awesome Prefabs From Modern To Rustic You Can Order Now

5 Awesome Prefabs From Modern To Rustic You Can Order Now

Prefab construction—that is, assembling a structure from components produced off-site—has had a rich, long history. Today, architects and designers continue to explore how the concept can create cost-efficient and sustainable housing.

Some of these efforts have produced prefab designs that are easy for anyone to configure, customize, and call their own. Here are five favorites:

Name: Passive Houses by Ecocor
Size: 218 to 1,932 square feet
Cost: $140,000 – $502,000
Key features: Air-tight Passive House design with solar-optimized orientation and high performance windows, 11 models to choose from, variety of exterior finishes [More info]

Name: Pre-fabricated Accessible Technology Home (P.A.T.H.) by Philippe Starck
Size: 1,500 to 3,800 square feet
Cost: $300 to $540 per square foot (~$450,000 to $2,100,000)
Key features: Customizable façades, roof types, finishes, fixtures, lighting options; can integrate photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, rainwater collection, and heat pumps. [More info]

Name: HOMB by Method Homes
Size: 900 to 3,100 square feet
Cost: $136 to $194 per square foot (~$122,000 to $600,000)
Key features: 100-square-foot triangular modules that can be configured and expanded upon, cedar finishes on the exterior, minimal or wood finishes on the interior

Name: The Breezehouse by Blu Homes (Northern California only)
Size: 2,978 to 3,655 square feet
Cost: base price is around $500K depending on state
Key features: expansive sliding glass walls, decks and patios, soaring ceilings, customizable finishes, fixtures, and appliances [More info]

Name: Vipp Shelter by Vipp
Size: 592 square feet
Cost: $585,000
Key features: the same steel processing seen in the brand’s pricey trash cans; it’s “plug and play,” comes furnished with Vipp-designed furniture, lighting, tableware, towels, ceramics, shelves, lamp, soap dispenser, etc. [More info]
via Curbed

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