Lindal Launches New ‘Architects Collaborative’ Prefab Home Line Featuring Designs from Our Favorite Architects

by , 02/26/12

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The new designs can be personalized according to a buyer’s needs and site, and the entire process is facilitated through Lindal’s network of over 100 trained and experienced dealers. All the drawings and engineering will be completed by the Lindal Design Group, ensuring clients receive both quality care and accountability in a process that is often riddled with uncertainty and requires a leap of faith. With over 50,000 completed projects already under Lindal’s belt, the result is a new program that proves to be built on a solid foundation.

“Taking this sort of collaborative and disciplined approach to a producer’s building system with creative architects to design efficient and financially accessible architecture is unheard of. Accomplishing that with one architect and one design, perhaps. A cadre of architects with an expanding portfolio of designs? Unheard of. And then offering the opportunity for consumers all over the world to personalize them and build them with local service… totally unheard of,” said Harris.

Be sure to keep an eye out for the Lindal Architects Collaborative website, which will be launching shortly — and if you can’t wait, get in touch with your local dealer for more information!

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Lead image: Bates + Masi Architects by © Chris Wesnofske (this is not a Lindal Architects Collaborative home, but is a similar design)

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  1. Bthinker February 4, 2012 at 4:37 pm

    Why people are still designing/building with squares and rectangles is beyond me…

  2. Jessica Dailey February 3, 2012 at 1:41 pm

    ooh I really love the ModFab prefab by the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

  3. Yuka Yoneda February 3, 2012 at 1:36 pm

    So excited that Marmol Radziner is included!

  4. Bridgette Meinhold February 3, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    The Bates+ Masi design looks really interesting. Love those skylights.

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