Joseph Coughlin, the founder and director of MIT’s AgeLab, shares his insights on aging in place.
You have decided to join the shipping container revolution.
A prefabricated off-the-grid vacation home in eastern Washington is one with the land.
A Boston family chose a double dose of prefab for an addition to their home in the Massachusetts countryside.
A scion of Frank Lloyd Wright erects a modular hillside retreat near the architect’s estate.
On a wedge-shaped lot in the Texas Hill Country, a couple adapt a modular system to create an idyllic gathering spot.
Fresh geometries inform a modular residence in Portland, Oregon.
A new prefab company represents the future of low-impact affordable housing.
Three dozen shipping containers find a safe port in a modern apartment building in Mexico.
New advancements in aging-in-place strategies provide a positive outlook for the long term.
Responding to the displacement caused by Typhoon Haiyan, architect Shigeru Ban designed a series of easy-to-build prefab shelters for the Philippines.
Students present a prototype for ultra-green prefab housing.
Winning the race to build the tallest prefab building in New York City, Gluck+ assembles 28 affordable housing units in less than a month.
A hybrid prefab trailer harnesses principles of mobility and modernist industrial design.
From early modular construction to a portfolio of homes based in the Midwest, we take a look at the prefab residences designed by America's most famous architect.
Barbara Bestor's small lot subdivision housing development in Los Angeles may present an appealing solution for the urban-dwelling aging population.
America’s largest design event celebrates its most successful year yet.