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11.02.2012, 12:45
Glass Prefab Homes - Black Glass Modular Home Design by A-Cero




Spanish architects A-cero sent us some photos of an amazing and unusual prefab home . This black glass house design not only looks cool, but it is also the beginnings of a modular industrialized architectural construction process. Benefiting from the same modularity, technology, quality control and timeframe as modern industrial manufacture (architect are director of the project Joaquin Torres likens the process to Ford’s production lines) this new method of designing and building houses will benefit from factory production and on-site assembly, resulting in shorter construction times, more specialized labour, higher overall quality and lower price. This prefab home, one of two pilot projects, even comes with the option of being fully decorated and equipped, ready for occupancy – could you imagine yourself living here? We could! The modern, minimalist interiors with a palette of white are a cool contrast to the contemporary black exterior

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11.02.2012, 12:55
Prefab Sustainable Home by Method Homes: Washington



The Glacier is the latest in prefab sustainable homes, by Method Homes. This eco sustainable home in Washington is helping homeowners stay ahead of the game by going green and doing it in style. This wood cabin design features a cedar exterior and interior; Eco Top counters; bamboo and cork floors; bamboo cabinets and shelving; no- and low-VOC paints and stains; radiant flooring; and marmoleum and recycled tile. Bathrooms boast bamboo built-ins – a renewable resource that looks as great as it sounds – and pebble shower floors add a natural aesthetic to the space. Double pane windows reduce unwanted heat loss and heat gain, while offering a stunning view of the forest outside. This chic cabin design may be rustic but it isn’t without its luxuries, like outdoor entertaining areas featuring a deck with hot tub/spa. A low carbon footprint, an appealing aesthetic and life’s little luxuries – what more could you ask for? How about a reasonable price? This eco house is for sale at a price of $519,900 by Jason Loeb from Windermere Real Estate.


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