Pre-fabricated homes are becoming more sophisticated by the second. Here are five amazing houses that you’d never guess were built in a factory.
Suddenly pre-fab seems like short for pretty fabulous.
What do you expect homes to look like 20 years from now?
Like the 2012 Sunset Idea House, but looking for something a bit more ostentatious? Consider the Sidebreeze, the latest, largest and most luxurious Blu Home.
The new green prefab home of Tim Disney — the great-nephew of Walt — features stunning views of the Mojave Desert but treads lightly upon the earth.
Blu Homes, known for its green prefabs, has built the 2012 Sunset Idea House in Sonoma County, California, with updated touches like an integrated wine cellar.
Blu Homes will build two green prefab homes for faculty housing on the campus of the Portsmouth Abbey School, a Catholic boarding school committed to green.
Blu Homes, known for their steel-framed green prefabricated houses, has opened a new factory on the West Coast, on Mare Island in Vallejo, California.
Created with Sunset Magaine, the improved Sunset Breezehouse invites the outdoors in with a glass-roofed central breezeway, a courtyard and two decks.
Blu Homes says its prefab, energy efficient homes are appealing to baby boomers and retirees who like the faster, less complicated construction process.
Prefab homes manufacturer Blu Homes has a knack for developing good looking prefab homes which are quite eco friendly. We interview them to find out more.