A new, stunning, modular home was recently assembled in the hills of Sonoma, CA. Designed by Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture, the prefab Cloverdale Home is a spacious, light-filled dwelling overlooking the valley below. Built off-site and assembled on-site, it only took the architects 4 months (give or take a few days) to complete.
With offices in Seattle and Palm Springs, Chris Pardo of Elemental Architecture has been building spectacular homes all over the place. Their latest design is the beautiful Cloverdale Home, which was completed in December last year in collaboration with the innovative prefab manufacturer Method Homes. Made from a series of prefab modules, this hilltop house has spectacular views of the vines and Sonoma valley below.
The home has 2,300 sq ft of spacious, light-filled design including three bedrooms, three bathrooms and plenty of outdoors areas. There is a large ground level patio in front and a swimming pool as well as a huge, wooden roof deck from which to appreciate the best valley views. Bright, modern and prefab-uluos, the Cloverdale Home took only about four months to complete – from breaking ground to finished product.
Via Design Milk
Photos by Jaime Kowal Photography