Accessible Modern Prefab in Northern California
The most popular prefab of the year was this 1,600-square-foot in-law unit by Connect:Homes in Sonoma, California. It contains two bedrooms and two baths for its 87-year-old resident, whose daughter lives nearby.
Off-the-Grid Prefab Cabin Completely in Tune with Surroundings
This rural Washington vacation home, wrapped in patinaed steel cladding, is self-sufficient; it uses solar power for electricity, propane for heating and cooking, and a well for water.
Modern Prefab Cabins for California State Parks
In an effort to modernize the experience of staying overnight at California State Park cabins, the Parks Forward Commission invited architecture students to design new cabins to be placed at campgrounds throughout the state. The Wedge, pictured, is a prefab solution that is low maintenance, fire resistant, and ADA compliant.
Tiny Prefabricated House Can Be Built in Two Days
The brainchild of Swedish architect Jonas Wagell, this prefabricated cabin takes up a mere 160 square feet and can be constructed in only two days. The modules come in various layouts, and can be configured and combined to include a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and living space.
Modern Prefab Poolhouse Addition to a 1920s Sears Kit House
To complement their Sears, Roebuck and Company kit house from 1928, a couple settled on a modern, prefab poolhouse addition by LABhaus. The 1,000-square-foot structure, which frames views of the original house, has a wall of sliding doors that can easily open up to the yard.