Prefab Place Houses

Written on May 5, 2010 – 6:51 am | by Daniel |

Prefab Place Houses

This beautiful prefab home was built just up the road from the CabinZoom corporate compound in Kirkland, Washington, and was built out of prefabricated SIP panels. (SIP panels are computer designed, pre-made structural insulated panels that are shipped to the building site and then built together like jigsaw puzzle to form the skeleton of the house.)

Prefab Place Houses

This house was designed by architect Heather Johnston as part of her PLACE Houses collection, and has a laundry-list of green amenities, including rainwater collection, solar heating, low-VOC paints and cabinetry, and even passive solar design. And they look great!

View at Place Houses (via Inhabitat)

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