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October 2nd, 2011 · 668 Comments



FlatPak is a pre-engineered modular home design system. Using concrete, glass, metal or wood modular “menu” components, the FlatPak system allows home builders to create a wide variety of custom layout designs and material configurations – a sort of “hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, special orders don’t upset us…” approach. The Flatpak House was created by Charlie Lazor, a founding partner of Blue Dot furniture.

(*Oh for heaven’s sake if this isn’t the coolest prefab system I’ve ever seen.  I really encourage you to look around the web site and see what you think.  I WILL own one of these homes someday soon.*)

2. Enovo House (the Intelligent home)


From Canada, Enovo homes are ecological and evolutional through their architectural design, the building materials used as well as through the revolutionary home automation system managing their interior.

Enovo, the intelligent home, is without a doubt THE construction of the future available right now. A house that evolves, a house that understands, a house that lives and adapts; a house that suits everyone, all cultures, all horizons, all preferences and all aspirations.

3. Joshua Tree by Hangar Design

This steel clad prefab is a compact two bedroom mountain refuge with a welcoming, and surprisingly roomy, wooden interior. While the exterior finishes might be a bit busy for some tastes, inside are clean, sparse, modern spaces with plenty of natural daylight.

4. ZeroHouse


New York architect Scott Specht has the answer to all of our zero-energy prefab dreams with the new ZeroHouse. This completely self-sustaining prefabricated house generates its own power, collects its own water, processes its own waste and is 100% automatic. Versatile, durable and site-sensitive, ZeroHouse can be erected in almost any location in one day with steel frame components and a helical-anchor foundation system that requires no excavation.

5. iPad


The iPAD is a true kitset bach designed to covers a range of options; it could be a one bedroom holiday home, secondary dwelling, granny flat, office, studio or resort unit to name but a few.  It can be grouped as a series of pavilions to form larger accommodation if required. A single iPAD totals 50m sq with decks of 55m sq and will retail in New Zealand for $125,000.00*. Various external cladding and colour options are available to suit individual taste and context.

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Project Frog – The industry leader of smart buildings

July 4th, 2011 · 1,522 Comments

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“It’s like a high-quality IKEA building in a kit, but it’s hurricane strength” says Ann Hand, CEO of Project Frog, a technology-meets-hgih-design startup. The firm creates low-energy prefab buildings that reduce both cost and waste while optimizing performance for the user inside. Hand – who spent 20 years at BP, most recently as SVP of global brand marketing and innovation – says that the VC-backed Frog approaches buildings as tech platforms: a structure composed of “smart” parts that can be optimized depending on size, use, and location. And because all the parts arrive flat-packed and ready for assembly, what once took two years to build can now go up in less than a month. Hand has helped expand the potential for “Frogs” from schools to partks to the health-care industry and retail structures. She is determined to revolutionize the entire $400 billion U.S.-commercial-building market. “I won’t rest,” she says, “until we shake up the industry and attach some guilt to wasteful construction.”

Article from Fast Company. Issue 156, June 2011. p.98
Image from “Project Frog” via Fast Company website.

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