Beautiful Desert Prefab Home For Animals and Animal Lovers

by , 07/02/10

anderson anderson architecture, prefab house, prefabricated construction, chain link, metal siding, animal friendly

The chain link easily fits in with the metal siding, and viewed in a certain light it could be considered a prefabricated system. Easily sourced and inexpensively manufactured, the chain link comes in many sizes, can be rolled out to desired sizes, serves as protection for open spaces and creates texture against the metal siding. Other prefabricated systems for the house include the use of SIP panels for the walls and prefabricated trusses for the roof and floors. Featuring tons of outdoor living spaces coupled with windows framing the surrounding landscape and skylights on the roof, the Abiquiu House is very open and filled with light. The home was built on a tight budget by the owners (who acted as their own contractors), and its use of prefabricated parts and small footprint help minimize its impact on the landscape.

+ Anderson Anderson Architecture

Via Blue Ant Studio

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  1. Clarice Gutmann September 16, 2014 at 1:23 pm

    I wanted to find out the cost of the home. Also I need to know up to how many beds and baths you can put in for a very inexpensive price,I need a home that all the verandas and balconies are also caged in completely nothing can be left open. I have 4 kids but my 9 year old daughter has down syndrome and so i need a home that is 100% fail proof!i also loved the Anti Zombi home a combo of these two homes would be stellar. I love architecture and design! I love drawing looking at blueprints hobby only i never went to school or anything!I would love for you to come up with a perfect home for us.With fema building all those caps/death camps! I need to make sure my family and I will be protected. So I need a home that runs on clean energy and is as sterile an environment as possible or Anti allergy home, Also I would like to make sure that it is 100% efficient from solar panels to well water and beyond No more reliance on government and especially NO MORE BILLS!Well except internet unless there is a to have untraceable internet source!I am willing to be a guinea pig umm, Just not for the government,LOOOL!

  2. jayjaytoo July 3, 2010 at 12:18 pm

    Excellent design for its environment!

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