Folded Roof House

Claesson Koivisto Rune projected this one story house with an asymmetric folded roof plane located in on Muskö island, Sweden. This is the second house they designed for Swedish kit house manufacturer Arkitekthus. The bedrooms are positioned at the gable ends and the living room and kitchen in between, with an open main facade. The separate guest house and sauna buildings were specifically designed for the client. Via DigsDigs Read more […]
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Stroh House by Felix Jerusalem

Stroh House, designed by Zurich based architect Felix Jerusalem, combines prefab with sustainable materials, primarily prefabricated strawboard panels that provide affordable, environmentally sound insulation. A corrugated plastic exterior protects the compressed strawboard which is structural and serves as the primary heat and sound insulation. The clean lines of the exterior translate to the inside with a simple layout that serves three bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bath and loft. Via Read more […]
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MOMO by Thomas Lind

Swedish architect Thomas Lind designed MOMO, a modern module house concept, available in seven sizes from 40 square meter to 110 square meter. MOMO come in flat packs and it’s made with high quality and healthy materials, including a green roof, a traditional stained wood construction and whitewashed interiors. Via treehugger Read more […]
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Perrinepod

Perrinepod is a revolution in housing that can be built in one day. The design, created by architect Jean-mic Perrine, is so sophisticated and fabulous that it seems futuristic, yet so simple and uncomplicated. Perrinepod merges modern luxury and green living in a compact, modern home. Via Inhabitat Read more […]
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Ray Kappe LivingHomes

The fist home that Ray Kappe designed for LivingHomes is this efficient five-bedroom home. The prefab-house was designed for urban infill, with internal views and generous outdoor living space. A private urban oasis. LivingHomes build natural, non-toxic and sustainably-derived materials, made in specially equipped factories. This fact ensure unsurpassed quality, lower construction cost and waste. The result is healthier, happier homes. Read more […]
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