Blogging Wired: Best Prefab Houses

Blogging Wired: Best Prefab Houses

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Janel Laban
Jan 7, 2008
Wired just posted a list of their picks for the best "small and fabulous" modular, prefab homes. Our favorite? The Miesian style of the gorgeous (and pricey) structures by Marmol Radziner shown here - followed by the nearly unbelievable perch-like Single Hauz from Poland (just below):
Built for One: 200 sq. foot Single Hauz Totally Custom: weeStudio from weeHouse/Alchemy Architects. Lots of options to choose from. Sized from 350-660 sq. feet. Temporary but Cool: Icosa Pods by Sanford Ponder. $2,150 per pod and "snaps together like Legos". Beach Bungalow: A $100/sq foot vacation home - Versadome. Rooftop Helicopter Delivery: The Loftcube by Werner Aisslinger. The Smallest: MD-42 (42 sq. feet) by Edgar Blazona and Brice Gamble. From Modular Dwellings.

See all 12 of Wired's picks here.

Photos: via Wired

(Thanks Andy!)

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