Prefab Homes by Stillwater Dwellings

Prefab Homes by Stillwater Dwellings

Trent Johnson
May 16, 2011

In terms of aesthetics and customizability, prefabs have quickly caught up with modern styled homes, with improved construction efficiency and reduced carbon footprints. We've mentioned Stillwater Dwellings before, for their tiny miniONE, but they're worth revisiting for their improved layouts and impressive material choices.


Ranging in size from 400 square feet to 2,920 square feet and every size in between, Stillwater Dwellings has just about any home configuration you can imagine. All homes are built through state-of-the-art processes that result in less waste, and more efficient construction. They use sustainably harvested materials, including bamboo and Marmoleum, and FSC certified wood. Kitchen and bathroom counters come in choices including recycled glass, concrete and paper, while the decking is from 50 percent recycled/reclaimed plastic and 50 percent reclaimed wood. Pictured are two homes from Stillwater that don't look like prefabs.

(Images by Stillwater Dwellings)

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