Shaped almost exactly like a ‘T’ tetromino, the house can be rotated or stacked to change the shape and function of a room.
South Africa’s Moladi concrete system can construct an affordable, one-story home using mostly local materials and unskilled labor, sometimes in as little as a single day.
A Swiss firm wants to change the negative image of flying robots by turning them into worker drones to build skyscrapers in a cheaper, more sustainable way.
Looking more like an origami crane than a home, the modular D*Haus concept can be bent and unfolded to create a virtually limitless number of configurations.
Danish firm WorldFlexHome has created an energy-efficient, modular shipping container home that betrays none of the industrial boxiness seen in other container projects.
Taking ironic inspiration from the ocean, a Korean firm uses a sushi-like design to wrap a home environment in a passive, protective shroud to shield against the desert sun.
A winning model has been chosen for the adAPT NYC program, a six-month competition to design tiny apartments that can increase New York’s density while still meeting code.
Weighing in at just 3,000 pounds and measuring 150 feet square, the House Arc is a solar-ready modular prefab that can be ordered online and shipped anywhere.
A Greenfab 1300 Series home in Seattle has been LEED Platinum certified by the USGBC, and is now available nationwide for $85 a square foot.
Blu Homes’ popular greenfab modular home now has more bedrooms, lighting and heating options, including in-floor radiant heat.