House Plans Flexa Studio

Dan Gregory from HousePlans.com contacted me the other day to let me know about their new Flexa Studio, a modern, versatile, 120 square-foot prefabricated room. “It’s a way to add space without the expense and disruption of remodeling,” he says.

Award-winning designer Casper Mork-Ulnes, who holds a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University and is creative director of Modern Cabana, developed Flexa Studio in collaboration with Houseplans.com.

The 10- by 12-foot structure comes pre-assembled or as a panelized kit-of-parts that you put together yourself. In both cases you build the foundation, then bolt the Flexa Studio to it.

The Flexa Studio has a simple shed-roof and crisp horizontal rain-screen siding — with glass entry door and fixed and operable side windows — give the structure a handsome contemporary presence to complement any garden setting. Place it in the backyard or side yard, to use as a home office, media room, or teen pad: or add a sleeper and turn it into an overflow guest room, or as many of us tiny house enthusiast would consider great for a retreat or tiny house somewhere.

Flexa Studio starts at $8950 plus shipping, which varies based on distance and whether you order it pre-assembled or as the panelized kit.

The Flexa Studio is built in San Francisco, California and can be shipped just about anywhere. Since this is near me I plan to visit the next one they are constructing sometime in the next few weeks. You can get all the information at the House Plans website and see how easy it is to configure your own studio.

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