Despite their reputation for being somewhat box-like today’s modular houses are surprisingly customizable with bells and whistles ranging from multiple stories to cantilevered wings to patios and other green spaces. Read on for some prefabulous prefab inspiration!
Spread across three different levels the overhang of each higher level provides ample shade for the balcony and outdoor living spaces on the level below. A gorgeous backyard with an impressive garden becomes an extension of the living area indoors thanks to the seamless connectivity offered by glass doors.
One look at the gorgeous and you would totally believe that it is nestled in a hip neighborhood in sunny California or beautiful Florida. This contemporary residence located in was designed by Carlo Donati Studio to mimic the cheerful and laid-back style of a villa in Palm Springs even while blending in beautifully with the scenic backdrop
What’s better than a modern home? Why a modular modern home of course! Prefabricated dwellings not only cut construction time in half (or even down to a matter of days) they’re also typically more eco-friendly because they produce less waste. They often ring in at a lower pricepoint as well
The transition between the traditional stone wall structure on the lower level and the contemporary wooden and glass edifice seems both intriguing and appealing giving the home an exceptional identity of its own.
It is not every day that you come across a beautiful early Victorian mid-terraced house that has been converted into a dashing bachelor pad that combines modern comfort with timeless old world charm. The lovely Sutherland Place in London was revamped by Gianni Botsford Architects with an air of affluence and exclusivity that seems to transcend time
One of the important factors that defined the overall look of the house was its placement on a corner block. This meant that the top floor needed to be completely hidden from the street to ensure adequate privacy while the rear opens up towards the sheltered backyard