Erected right on the dunes in Long Island, Richard Meier’s 1961 Lambert House is an early example of the modern prefab typology.
After years of vacationing out of a trailer, Andrew and Shiree Morrison decided to collaborate with a group of architecture students in order to build a compact prefab vacation home on their plot of land in New Zealand's Onemana Beach.
Paul Masi of Bates Masi + Architects drew upon prefab technology, such as factory-made panels and a prefabricated cement foundation, when building a sustainable seaside retreat for his sister and brother-in-law in Montauk.
An Australian architect designed a beach house consisting of three modules for her family. Constructed in a factory outside Melbourne, the house was then transported down to the sleepy beach town of Merricks.
Prefab builder Method Homes constructed a highly personalized modular home on Washington’s Puget Sound for a couple formerly based in Los Angeles.
A raised steel-and-glass prefab in southern Australia’s Waratah Bay offers a 360-degree panoramic view that takes in the surging ocean on three sides.
Architect Anthony Pellecchia and his wife, graphic designer Kathy Wesselman, created a prefab vacation house on the sylvan shores of the Strait of Juan de Fuca in Washington state with spectacular views of the water.