Prefabricated homes had such a stigma surrounding them in previous years, but in recent times the word ‘prefab’ has been like a magnet to those concerned with their eco-consciousness, price and availability. Even for disaster relief, prefab looks like the answer. This particular design by MF Architecture is a great prefab cottage space that’s great for any area such as the Michigan wilderness.
Located in Traverse City, MI, this specific home is four prefabricated modules that are connected together via halls and miscellaneous designed parts that keep each area in tact. Each section of the home only traveled 60 miles and was assembled in 5 hours overall. The exterior is a simple wood cottage look, and the interior is modest with raw wood walls and unique flooring. The kitchen is simple though the structure itself has interesting characteristics.