This 2,500 sq ft Marmol Radziner prefab home was originally built back at the end of 2006. The custom home was built for an active couple on a 100-acre site outside of Moab, Utah. The site is surrounded by BLM land, which means uninterrupted views of the spectacular red rock desert landscape. The goal with the design was to blend indoor and outdoor living spaces with the help of expansive decks, floor-to-ceiling windows, and an open floor plan.
The home is made up of 15 modules that were constructed in their own factory in California before being shipped to the site in Utah. The modules arrived on site with pre-installed solar panels, windows, doors, and cabinetry. Upon arrival, the modules were installed, sealed and hooked up to utilities. The home is praised for its connection with the outdoors, use of energy efficient low-e windows, daylighting, Energy Star appliances, and use of sustainable materials inside as per all of Marmol Radziner’s prefab homes.
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