By Eric • Apr 23, 2013
By Sophie • Mar 29, 2013 • Selected Work
This contemporary camping hut is a 2007 project by Casey Brown Architecture that is located in the remote area of Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia.
The tiny structure can provide shelter and breathtaking views for up to two people and is equipped with a rain water collection tank, kitchen, living area, and sleeping loft.
Sanders Architects designed this pair of sustainable townhouses, located in West Los Angeles, California, USA, in 2012 as part of their Hybrid House project using a prefabricated frame, skin, and roof.
While parts of the homes are ready-made, they are hybrids of prefab and custom elements.
This approach allows for a unique residence at a fraction of the cost.
Los Angeles-based architectural firm Marmol Radziner has completed the Hidden Vally House, a prefab home located in Moab, Utah.
Designed for an active couple as a vacation home, the two bedroom two bathroom 2,500 square foot residence “celebrates nature in its careful siting, emphasis on indoor/outdoor living, and integration of sustainable design elements.”
08.03.12. Update: Hidden Valley Prefab is currently for sale, offered at $2.995 million. Check out the extra shots in the gallery!