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Buhaus, a combination of "Malibu" and "Bauhaus", is an elevated take on the shipping container home, emphasizing clean lines and functionality.
Plant Prefab’s latest ADUs were developed in response to temporary housing needs after the Woolsey Fire.
Less than two miles from the Summit at Snoqualmie and a mile from Hyak Sno-Park, this A-frame has a classic, woodsy design—but it’s anything but rustic.
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It’s got all the necessities—plus views—for a retired couple in Taiwan.
Minimalist prefab home starts at $199,000.
Bay Area housing startup Abodu tapped U.K. studio Koto to turn its minimalist prefab homes into city-approved ADUs.
Three prefab home prototypes have been demolished, with one more slated to come down by September 15.
An offshoot of the company’s work in affordable housing, the flatpack homes include a few design tweaks that help dementia patients live independently for longer.
The single-level house, which cost approximately $375,000 to build, can withstand winds of up to 326 mph.
The goal is an environmentally friendly, reliable build that costs less than conventional construction
The Ilo is designed with three walls and a fourth that remains open to let plenty of fresh air into the room.
Built of 18 prefab "Lego-style" components, the 900-square-foot design brought a sustainable vision of the future to the tourist mecca this month.
It’s officially opening this month
Kodasema’s new minimalist design, the Koda Light Float, sits atop of pontoons, allowing it to float at a dock or hitch to a boat.
The cabin is lightweight enough to stand on stilts or hang from a tree like a giant ornament.
New Hampshire-based Yankee Barn Home is a post and beam company that has built luxury prefab barn homes since 1969.
The sustainable design measures a comfortable 760 square feet.
These low-cost housing modules make centuries-old structures habitable again without demolition.
The project, headed up by Dot Architects, is part of the WikiHouse open source architecture platform, which makes building plans available to the public to download for free.
Vivahouse wants to create affordable housing stock by building modular prefab rooms that can be rapidly installed inside another building.
The cabins are aimed at "urban nomads," an upwardly mobile, city-hopping young professional whose concept of home has spurred a movement of flexible, stylish, hotel-like living arrangements.