Gallery: PREFAB FRIDAY: Beautiful Flatpak House in Aspen

 

We’ve been fans of Flatpak home designs for quite some time, but are continually impressed when we find more of these unique, customizable prefabs in full form. This home in Aspen, Colorado, is our latest Flatpak discovery courtesy of Jetson Green’s Flickr habit. We’re captivated by the setting of course, but also decidedly enamored with the owner’s choice to combine the Flatpak custom components into this amazing abode in the Rocky Mountains.

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  1. Eve C. Painter June 18, 2014 at 5:19 pm

    Hello there,

    Looking to buy a Dwell modular home, have many ideas! Need to know how to go about doing this. Do you have draft people or architects you can share with me?

    My email address is claydenhouse@msn.com

    Thank you much…

    Eve

    Name:
    Eve C. Painter

  2. Joette Blatt September 8, 2011 at 7:44 am

    I have three blogs on tumblr under the same email address. How do I delete one of those blogs without deleting the other two?. Preferably, I’d like someone to answer whom has encountered this problem before and solved it without deleting their other blogs.. Thanks!.

  3. earthsmile June 21, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    I’ve always been puzzled by the ‘Flatpak’ concept. It seems best suited for ‘SELF-FAB’ rather than ‘Pre-Fab’. I really can’t wait for ‘Pre-Fab’ to be over soon… so that ‘Self-Fab’ can really get started. Between Frank Lloyd Wright’s ‘Usonian Homes’ building technologies, SIP’s, and new framing developments(extrusions)… it will soon be possible to buy most home compoents ‘off the shelf’. ‘Home Depot’… indeed.

  4. climber97 June 20, 2008 at 1:18 pm

    I’m always very intrigued by these flatpack and modular ideas, but most of them seem ridiculously expensive. 200 to 300 bucks a square foot? I can do a lot better than that with a normal wood-framed house, especially if I do a lot of the work myself. I thought the whole point of all this modular stuff was to make the process of home building more efficient – shouldn’t that make it cheaper too?

    The same goes for green roofs and underground homes – the cost to build them is outrageous. I want a green home as much as the next guy, but I’m not going to spend 500 grand on a home to get there.

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