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It is always the same you get carried away when perusing the aisles of a furniture shop, picking up a chest of drawers here, a bookcase there then you get home and you have to assemble all of your purchases yourself. Fumbling over nails and screws and getting muddled amongst pages of instructions is definitely not my idea of fun, even when it is followed by a well-deserved Gin and Tonic. To provide some assistance, I have teamed up with DIY expert Craig Phillips.
Prefabricated House : EDDI’s Prefab House by Edward Suzuki Associates Japanese architectural firm Edward Suzuki Associates has designed the EDDI’s prefabricated house in collaboration with Daiwa House, the Japan’s largest homebuilder, specialized in prefabricated houses. EDDI’s House by Edward Suzuki Associates: “This is the first case of an industrialized house in Japan (and perhaps in the world) designed by an architect, Edward Suzuki, and built by a major housing manufacturer, Daiwa House Kougyo, in a collaborative effort. The house is named after the architect’s nickname and also stands for Edward Daiwa-House Design Innovation. Pre-designed and pre-fabricated and sold as a [More]
Over the years, the prefab movement has been gradually gathering steam as a great option for a new home. Built in much less time than a traditionally-built home, prefabs offer great, modern digs in smartly designed, often compact, packages. Let’s take a look at ten of our favorites.
Today’s proliferation of niche housing types includes dwellings that are tiny, modular, prefabricated and inexpensive. Belgian firm Skilpod is producing homes that are all of these things. With the right equipment, they can even be zero energy or energy positive. Skilpod homes are suitable for singles and older people for whom traditional houses may be too … It’s possible for a customer to buy a single Skilpod module and then attach extra modules … Skilpod homes are suitable for young people as they are inexpensive and expandable Skilpod homes are designed to be transported to site via trucks Designed in [More]
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