With 96 prefab modular rooms stacked on top of each other like building blocks, the Revier Mountain Lodge provides one spectacular alpine setting.
Georgica Pond - House from Steel, Aluminum and Glass
This limestone, steel, aluminum and glass house built on the exact same footprint as one-story wood house that was here before. The house is now have two stories and the main entrance has double staircase to the second floor.
The living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, library, and two guest bedrooms with baths are on the first floor. The second floor has the master bedroom / sitting room with two dressing rooms, two vanity areas and a large bathroom with separate tub and shower. All rooms are open to walkways and terraces at both the first and second floors. The studio and garage are attached to the main house with a glass walled and roofed corridor.
Placed on top of Hotel Daniel in Graz, Austria, via a crane, the LoftCube is an ingenious addition to an existing midcentury structure.
Ten prefabricated cabins make up this floating hotel that offers privacy and relaxation in a fishing reserve in Avignon, France.
In Westchester County, architect Carol Kurth designs an airy, gallery-like home that places artwork and the outdoors on equal pedestals.
Perched on pink granite cliffs, a series of prefab pavilions offer a luxe, back-to-nature experience in one of Tasmania’s oldest National Parks.
Built in 1949, this steel prefab in Minneapolis is a blast from the past-not to mention a rare midcentury gem.
With four outdoor living spaces, this prefab Cliff May abode is perfect for large-scale entertaining.
This 5,000-square-foot home made from steel, concrete, and glass took less than five months to build-but it’ll last forever.
After an in-house meal, guests can stay the night at the renovated farmhouse, which is designed as an agritourism escape.
Koto’s first children’s cabin combines minimalist design and sustainable materials with flat-pack perfection.