Category Archives for "Pre-fab"
Called park models because they can be parked anywhere, they are a maximum of 400 square feet under federal guidelines and therefore not taxed as permanent dwellings, making them an attractive option for beach, lake or mountain retreats. Though they are considered recreational vehicles, they look more like small houses. They are available in many […]Continue reading
Featured at the Dwell On Design Conference, the V2 Prefab Microhome is designed and built in Phoenix Arizona by V2 World. The 384 square foot model below is the smallest version and units can be added or modified in size. The welded steel frame can be modified in 4 foot increments. Imagine being able to […]Continue reading
The Folding and Transportable Home. The Habitaflex is another tiny home on wheels. Along the lines of the Tumbleweed Tiny House and the Martin House-To-Go. The Habitaflex expands or folds into a much larger living space yet folds down to a very small footprint so you can take it anywhere. Here is a quote from […]Continue reading
Pre-fab Architecture in a box! House. Cabin. Office. Addition. Rooftops. Developments. weeHouses are sturdy enough to withstand the extremes of desert or tundra, and they may be placed anywhere that is accessible by truck. Each weeHouse comes ready made: just add water (and a couple of other things). Base models include: windows and patio doors, […]Continue reading
Think Small by Betheny Lyttle A marvellous slideshow from the New York Times on the subject of increasing interest in pre-fab tiny buildings in the US. I hope you will enjoy this as much as I did. If you enjoyed this post, subscribe to our feedContinue reading