Gallery: Beautiful Spanish Prefab Home Constructed in Just Three Days

 
One of the biggest benefits to prefabricated construction is fast onsite assembly. But against popular opinion, haste doesn't always mean waste! This stunning new prefab home in Cedeira, Spain is the perfect example of how beautiful form and modern function don't have to fall out of favor when it comes to speed. Designed by Spanish studio MYCC, this sleek prefab was built offsite in a factory in Madrid, and then transported by truck to a site where it was assembled in just 3 days (the remaining finish work took two more weeks). By coupling swift assembly with a simple design, MYCC was able to create to a gorgeous, eco-friendly house over-looking the ocean.

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  1. Andre Kikoski Architect... December 6, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    […] steel facade is 100 feet long, 18 feet tall, two inches thick, and is made out of an oxidized layer or COR-TEN steel on the outside with a reflective layer of stainless steel on the inside. Laser cut perforations in […]

  2. TalkingPointsInteriors August 2, 2010 at 6:35 pm

    This is a great concept and design! Any ideas on how much it would cost to have one of these prefab homes designed and constructed?

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