Gallery: Modern Masi Prefab Home in Montauk Wins AIA Merit Award

A beautiful modular vacation home in Montauk recently took home an AIA NY State 2010 Merit Award. Designed by Bates Masi Architects of Sag Harbor, the home was envisioned as an upscale tent in the woods with large floor to ceiling sliding glass doors to let nature in. Not only is it an attractive home, but it's got a number of green features to tack on its resume, like prefabricated construction, daylighting, geothermal heating and cooling, solar heating and organic finishes.

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  1. Prefabricated Bank Camp... August 31, 2010 at 11:34 am

    […] and many of the buildings can be constructed simultaneously. The load-bearing structure consists of prefabricated wooden construction elements, and the facade and space-dividing elements are created with prefabricated wood and glass elements. […]

  2. UrbanBunker August 31, 2010 at 1:27 am

    My husband and I just bought some land so we can build a modernist prefab in Drytown California, and I am in love with this one. It checks all the boxes: green, stylish, modern, indoor/outdoor, heavy wood. I would love to know the cost per square foot and when they\’ll be available.

    This prefab definitely tops our favorites on our inspiration blog, where we dream and record our building experience:

    Love it!

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