Art object or machine for living in Architect William Massie’s personal prefab project takes the mass out of mass customization to create a one-of-a-kind wonder.
A modern take on the rocking chair, Dancing Chair is composed of two pieces—a wooden shell and an upholstered seat.
The Dancing Chair does retain some of the mystique of those balsa projects, as it holds weight while seeming itself weightless. This is the crux of Dancing Chair’s appeal: its lightness. Traditional rocking chairs have been heavy, almost loaded down with their function. But the Dancing Chair looks as if it will fly away instead.
Once a prototype showcased at Dwell on Design, this Cali Solo modular structure by HMK Prefab Homes is now all about island living.
In the wake of wildfires, prefab home builders have stepped up to provide speedy rebuilds at reduced costs to help fire victims get back on their feet.
Designed by Sala Architects, Metal Lark Tower is the first cabin to open at Nordlys Lodging, a 140-acre property where nature rules.
Proving beautiful design can be achieved in small spaces and on a small budget, an architect crafts a home office for his emerging practice in East London.
A year ago, ICON proved it could 3D print a home you’d actually want to live in. Now, it’s building a cluster of 3D-printed homes for the homeless.
Thanks to a sleek, mirrored facade, these prefab cabins at a new hotel and winery in Uruguay all but disappear into the mountains.
Zooco Estudio creates a sublime workspace on the top floor of a painter’s home.
The light and bright 570-square-foot units are just a 20-minute ferry ride from Seattle, Washington, perfect for a weekend getaway.
Danish brand Vipp allows guests to book design-forward rooms in the form of a lakeside prefab, an urban loft, and a converted industrial building.
Taking cues from the otherworldly landscape of Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California, artist Shawn Button crafts an...