10 Modern Prefabs We'd Love To Call Home

Categories: Homes / Dwellings

Over the years, the prefab movement has been gradually gathering steam as a great option for a new home. Built in much less time than a traditionally-built home, prefabs offer great, modern digs in smartly designed, often compact, packages. Let’s take a look at ten of our favorites.

m2 is a custom prefab designed by Balance Associates Architects, which is made up of 2 Medium modules from their S-M-L series. The cabin-like retreat focuses on the wooded view.

Photo by Joe Fletcher

Made up of 10 modules, the Desert House, designed by Marmol Radziner, spreads out over 2000-square-feet, extending through the Desert Hot Springs, California landscape.

Photo by Peter Guthrie

Claesson Koivisto Rune designed the Tind House as a prefab/kit house that falls in line with modern Scandinavian, single-family houses featuring a single-pitch roof. Adding their own twist, they removed the peak, combing the look of a single-pitch with a flat roof.

A collaboration between Passion Group, Architect 11, and architect Eero Endjärv led to the first prototype of the Passion House M1, which boasts plenty of room for an individual or a couple.

Belatchew Arkitekter designed a tiny, unique prefab house, called Steps, for JABO. The house features a rooftop terrace that’s reached via a staircase built into the exterior structure. The small house has everything you need, including an outdoor kitchen that’s equipped with a sink.

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