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Studio Shed
7 Reviews
10x12 Americana Photographer's Studio
Ideabooks1,904
Questions1
across the [United States] allow up to 120 square feet without a permit,” says Jeremy Horgan-Kobleski, the founder of Studio Shed, which manufacturers prefab sheds like the home office seen here. “That’s why our 10-foot by 12-foot unit is the most popular and one of the reasons we’re seeing a surge in the
Studio Shed, which manufacturers prefab sheds like the home office seen here. “That’s why our 10-foot by 12-foot unit is the most popular and one of the reasons we’re seeing a surge in the
across the [United States] allow up to 120 square feet without a permit,” says Jeremy Horgan-Kobleski, the founder of Studio Shed, which manufacturers prefab sheds like the home office seen here. “That’s why our 10-foot by 12-foot unit is the most popular and one of the reasons we’re seeing a surge in the
“Backyard house design” — cdsebastian
Western Window Systems
32 Reviews
Prefab Perfect - California
Ideabooks157
Questions0
This Marmol Radziner–designed prefab house in Northern California features multi-slide doors from Western Window Systems.
Prefab Perfect - California
My Kind of prefab !
“slide walls indoor outdoor living” — lapertsch13
sagemodern
1 Review
mountain modern prefab
Ideabooks1,911
Questions4
mountain modern prefab
Prefab shedroof...Mtn Modern prefab 2
“Huge windows, modern feel, huge deck.” — smosman44
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
m2 [prefab]
Ideabooks183
Questions0
m2 [prefab] Balance Associates Architects Share: M2 is a custom prefab project. It consists of 2 Medium modules from the S-M-L series connected with a suspended entry bridge. The original Medium modules have been redesigned to
prefab in woods...m2 [prefab]
“Design/layout of the home” — 2themax_
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Bronx Box - exterior
Ideabooks3,459
Questions3
This urban infill prefab is located at the foot of the Throgs Neck Bridge on Eastchester Bay in the Bronx. The Bronx Box is a modified version of the double-decker, 2-story bar typology with an additional storage ‘saddle bag’, containing built in cabinets along the length of the house. Given the narrow
You don't need a wide-open space. Many prefabs, like the Bronx Box by Resolution: 4 Architecture, are designed for urban infill.
“timber slats” — loracnoswad
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Kithaus K3
Ideabooks423
Questions1
I've been fascinated with how fabulous some of these pre-fab look so incredible. I think it proves that thoughtful, functional design can be beautiful. This is the perfect office, poolhouse, art studio - or anything you want it to be. I like the idea that Kit Haus has solar packages so you don't have
“great studio” — minka
PLACE architect ltd.
1 Review
PH-1
Ideabooks6,476
Questions11
awards for traditionally built custom homes and has recently designed and completed its first custom prefab home. VB: What would you say are the main benefits of a prefab home? HJ: Done right, a prefab home can be greener, it can be less expensive (although we as an industry haven't really figured out
is shorter, you spend less time on the site, and there's less guesswork and mid-construction changing involved. Above: The facade of a panelized prefab design by PLACE Architects, done in one of three models that the firm offers.
“Everything” — gheidebrink
Izumi Tanaka Photography
6 Reviews
LivingHomes C6 designed by Jamie Bush in Palm Springs Modernism Week
Ideabooks1,656
Questions6
Newly unveiled C6, a sustainable pre-fab home, by LivingHomes on display during Modernism Week in Palm Springs. Photography by Izumi Tanaka
The living room — open to the kitchen — of the C6.More:Houzz Tour: Making Prefab Work for All
I want prefAb...Lightwood prefab
“ceiling, windows” — Kyle Owens
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