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Comfortable Prefab House As A Work Space

Wed, Oct 12, 2011 | Prefab home designs

Guys, if you work at home and live not alone you need some study or else to work quietly and have a work atmosphere. You can take one room for a study but actually a separate small house somewhere near is much better as nobody would disturb you there. You can try this prefab house, it’s small, comfortable and very practical for the sites that are...Continue Reading...

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Small Modern Modular Houses To Put On The Lake Shore

Mon, Aug 22, 2011 | Prefab home designs

Designer Linda Bergroth from Helsinki-based food and design company, HEL YES! created these modular shelters to be put on the lake shore or sea shore. There are four variations of greenhouse-like houses with a shed for all the things which may be locked. If you don’t want to put it on the shore, you may put it in your garden using it as a hothouse for...Continue Reading...

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Modular Glossy Black Houses by A-Cero

If you thought that modular homes are ugly then A-Cero could prove that you’re wrong. The company designs modern and minimalist houses and its modular houses isn’t the exception. They have extremely modern look as inside as outside thanks to glossy black exteriors and black and white interiors. Besides, thanks to technologies that characterize...Continue Reading...

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Modern Small Prefab House by HIVE Modular

Mon, Feb 15, 2010 | Prefab home designs

HIVE Modular sells several models of modern modular homes with an emphasis on excellent architectural design. B-Line Small is one of these models with flat-pitched roof design. It is 990 square feet home with 6 rooms: 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining room and bathroom. It cost $185/sq ft to build. Cladding of this home is done in fiber cement. The...Continue Reading...

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Small Iron Wood Prefab Houses with Butterfly Roof in Thailand

Thu, Aug 27, 2009 | Prefab home designs

TYIN Tegnestue is a group of student architects which designed Soe Ker Tie Hias project in Noh Bo, Tak, Thailand. The project’s name translation is “Butterfly houses”. The project includes 6 small prefab houses made of iron wood (tropic timber). These houses provide accommodation for 50 local children. The project earned its name because...Continue Reading...

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Environmentally Friendly Modular Built Home – The EcoFabulous Home

This award-winning environmentally friendly modular built home is a project by Architecton and Shelter Industries. The 1,400 square feet v-shaped vacation home is the result of the growing interest in preserving environmental resources by using reclaimed, recycled and sustainable materials and products. The house’s exterior is made of cedar and steel...Continue Reading...

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Bunker House Made of Prefab Concrete Blocks – Haus Bold

This house which looks like some kind of bunker is a private residence designed by Thomas Bendel. It’s made of prefabricated concrete blocks besides its front and back which are done in glass and black anodized aluminum. Behind house entrance is a ten meters long staircase with a steel handrail. The living area is a large space which hides kitchen...Continue Reading...

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Prefab Country Cedar House by Hudson Architects

Cedar House by Hudson Architects is their answer to modern prefab building technologies. It’s situated in the countryside of North Elmham, on the river Wensum and perfectly fit surround landscape. The house is inspired by simple forms of functional farm buildings and consist of two bedrooms and the room which could be as guest room as home office....Continue Reading...

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Boxhome – All Weather Modern Prefab House

Mon, Mar 9, 2009 | Prefab home designs

The weather in the North Europe is not very stable. Usually the houses should be heated more than half year in a row. For example, the weather in Oslo, Norway is cold and unpredictable so Rintal Eggertsson Architects created great 19m² prefab house which is easy to heat and has stylish appeal. The project is called Boxhome and is more ecological and...Continue Reading...

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