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Two dilapidated sheds built in 1961 on the shingle beach of Dungeness in Kent have been replaced with a cosy holiday home by London studios MS-DA and Johnson Naylor.

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Set on four idyllic acres at the edge of a small village, the Zinc House a stunning design with an impressively small carbon footprint. Take a look inside.

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designed by arnav wagh, FLXO takes inspiration from simple origami structures and can be produced on any desktop 3D printer.

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Student housing takes a green turn at the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology’s newly completed undergraduate village constructed with prefabricated pods.

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Prefabricated offsite in a factory, Soler Orozco Arquitectos designed Casa Molina as a minimalist elevated modular home in Mexico.

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When modernist master Jean Prouvé created his demountable houses in 1944 as temporary shelters for war refugees of the French region of Lorraine, little did he dream that a refurbished version of his 6×6 emergency prefabricated home would end up as a s…

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kengo kuma‘s small hut is the winning entry of this year’s g-mark japan design award in the prefabricated housing category. building on jyubako, which kuma designed in 2016, the small structure has the potential to expand, allowing for the connection of multiple huts across a site.
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Archi-Union Architects has completed a conference centre on Shanghai's West Bund in just 100 days, using robot-assisted design and construction.

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deep in yorkshire’s dalby forest, artist rachel whiteread, the first woman to win the turner prize back in 1993, has cast the interior of a life-size nissen hut in concrete to commemorate the lasting impact world war I had on the british landscape. a reinterpretation of the prefabricated military structures made from corrugated steel and used extensively in both world wars, the monumental sculpture will be revealed to the public tomorrow, 10 october, inviting visitors to experience it in the heart of the forest.
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aiming to introduce style into the culture of prefabricated houses, california-based designer gavin rea proposes ‘tenka’, a minimal, modular solution providing flexible structures to suit different needs. based on a single model, the configurations vary in floor space and balcony layout, allowing — depending on the size — for an extra bedroom or office.
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Completed in just seven months, the Regent’s Park Open Air Theater in central London is yet another example of how prefabrication can be a fantastic solution for site-sensitive projects strapped for time. Local architecture firm Reed Watts Architects designed the theater using a lightweight cross-laminated timber (CLT) panel system. Set amidst protected Royal Parks trees, the cultural institution houses new rehearsal studios and a catering kitchen, marking the first time in the theater’s 86-year history that its operations have been brought together onto one site.
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A new restaurant celebrating sustainability has opened in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Designed by Dutch architecture firm cezeped, The Green House is a “circular” pavilion that houses a restaurant, urban farm and meeting center. Created as part of an initiative by Strukton Ballast Nedam and Albron, the experimental and temporary venue follows eco-friendly principles and features modular components so that it can be dismantled and moved to a new location in the future.
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the philosophy behind belgium based studio ARK is returning to the basics by providing a simple dwelling within nature. over the past three years the studio has been working on re-designing, building and testing different types of ‘ark-shelters’. the aim is to provide a place that of comfort in the heart of the nature where one can detox their mind. with this perspective ARK has created a new shelter type — the prefabricated ‘into the wild cabin’. as the 40m² dwelling is surrounded by openings on each of its five sides, it is entire exposed to its natural surroundings. each opening brings in a new atmosphere.
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At just 160 square feet, it’s a wonder the Los Angeles MINI LIVING Urban Cabin fits a bedroom, dining room, kitchenette, bathroom, and entryway atrium in service of “contemplation” all within the confines of its micro-cabin dimensions. There’s even a small rooftop garden crowning the Urban Cabin. Yet, the spatial origami realized by MINI LIVING in collaboration with Los Angeles architecture firm FreelandBuck assembled atop of the ROW DTLA for this past weekend’s LA Design Festival presents small space living not as compromise, but instead as an opportunity for ideas as expansive and transformative as the city it was designed to represent.
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lumishell is a prefabricated dwelling designed to provide a comfortable cocoon habit in different, and potentially harsh, weather conditions. the project is a collaboration between luminene, a company that has developed curved, reversible sliding windows, and french architect christophe benichou. the team has designed the dwelling to sit in nature, providing panoramic views and creating an intimate relationship between interior and exterior spaces.
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0E1 architects’ most recent project is located in one of the main football stadiums in porto alegre. the newly designed bars of the ‘celeiro de ases’ have been planned to meet three main guidelines: time, cost and visual unit. to implement 14 different bars arranged in a radial organization, the use of prefabricated components has been the strategy adopted.
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Interior architecture practice JKMM has won Finland’s most important architecture prize for its renovation of the Aalto University campus library in Otaniemi.

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