The folks at Marmol Radziner Prefab have been busy bees these past few months. Aside from their two new Joshua Tree homes, a slew of other custom projects, and Leo Marmol’s lecture and interview at the Dwell on Design conference, the dynamic duo have just completed the initial installation of their Utah House 1. Two days before Thanksgiving Day, the fifteen-module custom home was assembled on site, near Moab, Utah. Before the owners move in after the New Year, all that’s left to do is connect utility lines and seal joints between the modules. Prefabricated in Marmol Radziner’s own state-of-the-art factory, Utah House 1 arrived on site with pre-installed solar panels, windows, doors, and cabinetry.
We’ve touted the work of Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner in the past, and we applaud them for their streamlined, in-house prefab processes and commitment to integrating new and cutting-edge green technologies. Hear their thoughts on prefab, sustainable architecture, and the future of Marmol Radziner in out our recent interview with Leo Marmol here.