Homebuilding

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Media/Game Room

    In a home measuring 4,710 square feet, there's plenty of room for an expansive media/game room with full surround sound. This level is mostly subterranean.    See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Landing

    A floating staircase with hardwood and glass finishes leads to an expansive master suite on the second floor. Note the spectacular canyon and ocean views.   See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Kitchen

    The dining room flows into an Arclinea commercial-grade chef’s kitchen with Crocodile Caesarstone countertops and Miele and Wolf appliances.   See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Great Room

    The great room features towering walls of glass surrounding an open living area. The dining space is defined by a Corten steel fireplace with a marble hearth.   See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Modern Exterior

    You would never guess American Modernist home on a coveted lot in Santa Monica was built of prefab modules.   See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Bird's Eye View

    From above, you can see that this home fits right in with the others in this posh neighborhood north of Montana in Santa Monica. But it probably took about a quarter of the time to construct.   See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Master Bedroom

    The master suite is described as a "romantic ocean view aerie with eco-friendly decking." It also features a master bath with white porcelain tile and Grohe finishes.   See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home: Backyard

    That pool is solar heated, as is the rest of the home, which generates its own solar power. Also, sustainable materials were used throughout.   See the Image

  • Luxury Prefab Home Installation

    Features like LED lights, recycled Caesarstone countertops, super energy-efficient Western Windows, formaldehyde-free cabinets and non-VOC paints and stains will be added once the modules are…   See the Image

  • Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Ramble, Bartow History Museum

    The Bartow History Museum in Cartersville was just one of the stops on this year's Spring Ramble. It was originally built as a courthouse, but failed because all too often court proceedings had to be…   See the Image