Starting from $115,000
Cubicco, a Dutch prefab company with an office in Miami, is working to bring stylish affordability to the Miami area. Their prefab homes, like the Cabana Beach model, place sustainability, hurricane-resistance, and contemporary design all within the same package.
$4,000 to build
In the Mekong Delta, where homes usually need to be rebuilt every few years, Vietnam's Vo Trong Nghia Architects have created a prefab model that is flexible, affordable, and most importantly, strong enough to stand up to the flooding and climate challenges of the region. The S House Prototype features a precast concrete frame that is light enough to be transported by skiffs up the Mekong River, and has a natural exterior that provides ventilation and natural light, while also allowing it to blend into its surroundings.
Less than $100 per square foot
Soon after retiring, architect Edward Paul Haladay began volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Baltimore, and set out to create practical prefab solutions for blue collar families in the city. The result was a set of nine row-house structures.
Starting at $179,000
Inspired by Joseph Eichler's modern homes from the 1950s and 1960s, the C6 prefab model from LivingHomes also possesses LEED Platinum status, a comfortable interior design, and a reasonable price-tag.