This 4,500-square-foot vacation home in Long Island, which accommodates a family of six, traveled to its idyllic site in pieces.
At this picturesque desert prefab belonging to a Las Vegas casino executive, a pyramidal structure invites visitors in for a chance to view the heavens through a ceiling cutout.
“It’s grown-up Legos,” says Kaja Taft, describing her modular prefabricated house in Northeast Portland, Oregon, designed by Jeff Kovel of Skylab Architecture. “There was nothing here. Eight hours later, there was a house made out of triangles.”
This 4,500-square-foot family retreat arrived at a remote location on New York's Fishers Island in eight modules over the course of two days.
A New Zealand expat and her son use their prefabricated lakeside New Jersey retreat as an outdoorsy counterpoint to city life.