The 2,200-square-foot house, designed as a beacon of environmental friendliness, was built entirely from recyclable materials.
The Mono is a 106-square-foot structure that has enough room for a bed, sofa, and desk.
This new accessory dwelling unit from LivingHomes can act as a spare room in the backyard—or stand on its own as a tiny home.
From the outside, House MW has the markings of a pared back modern farmhouse. On the inside, it looks like a sleek Scandinavian getaway.
Petit Place is a kit of wooden elements that can assemble into a massive variety of sizes ranging from 270 square feet to 10,000 square feet.
Who says you need a big house to live the indoor-outdoor dream?
Two prefab modules have parts of their mass subtracted to create a double-height entryway and covered terrace.
Dubldom reengineered one of its standard modules so it could be constructed in the difficult mountain terrain.
The tiny cabin measures only 194 square feet, but features an efficient and flexible interior that includes a small kitchen, two sleeping lofts and a seating area that doubles as a bed, and a bathroom.
Cube Haus has tapped design firms like David Adjaye Associates and Carl Turner Architects to design modular homes that can be manufactured offsite with materials like cross-laminated timber.
These prefabs can stay small—or expand as needed
Whether designed to resemble cabins or mirrored to disappear into the landscape, these eco-friendly dwellings are sure to offer something for everyone.