Minna Rhee explains the advantages and disadvantages of a prefabricated house – and why they can be so tempting to buy.
Some places beckon with promise. A Bungalow-In-A-Box answers the beckoning call of a special place with prefabricated, easy to assemble kits. See this 14’x20′ kit crafted in the shop and raised on site in this 8-minute video.
In a town where the median home price is over half a million dollars, Jenine Alexander decided to build her own. Using resources like the tiny house blogs and the 1950 bestselling DIY book “Your Dream Home: How to Build It for Less Than $3500” (a gift from a friend), Jenine spent less than $3500 on her home. In fact, she used nearly only materials recovered from the dump or found on craigslist and the only things she paid for were a used trailer and fasteners (nails, screws, hinges, etc). She built it on wheels not just to get around [More]
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Prefabricated homes conjure up images of uninspired architecture, but Simpatico Homes is constructing sustainable houses out of factory-built modules that are beautifully designed. SmartPlanet’s Sumi Das takes a tour of the Simpatico’s prototype house.
Amanda explains how Jenny Craig works and why our clients love us. Check out the wall of fame featuring some of our real life success stories AND our very own consultant Angela!
We never said it was easy. Simple and straightforward, yes – but modular homes are real examples of innovation in prefabricated building. Nearly 90% of the home is built offsite. A highly customizable home can be built in a controlled factory environment while the building site is prepped. This technique can save builders and homeowners time and money by cutting overhead and outsourcing during the construction process. Watch this video to learn more on how modular homes can help you. Then, find a modular manufacturer that can meet your needs through the NAHB Building Systems Councils’ modular manufacturer member directory.
For more, visit science.discovery.com | Discover how one company is promising to build you a modern home in only a week.
Not since the mid-century House in the Garden series has MoMA built occupiable model buildings to demonstrate contemporary issues to the public. The fives homes erected on the vacant west lot are designed by Kieran Timberlake Associates (Philadelphia); Jeremy Edmiston and Douglas Gauthier (New York); Horden Cherry Lee Architects / Haack + Höpfner Architects (London/Munich); Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Planning / Associate Professor Lawrence Sass (Cambridge); and Oskar Leo Kaufmann (Dornbirn, Austria). The exhibition, and its accompanying Web site (www.moma.org/homedelivery), display the process of architectural design and production in equal measure with the actual end result. Learn [More]
The Expanda-Kabin – flatpack foldable accommodation and offices for hire or sale from Bell Container Ltd (www.bellcontainer.co.uk arrives flat packed, is man portable and is ideal for erecting in previously inaccessible locations.