Gallery: PREFAB FRIDAY: Stillwater Dwellings


We all love the idea of prefab homes – the simplicity of ready-made, to-go houses, and yet most of the time when we sit down to really study the plans with respect to our own lives and dreams, there’s just something lacking. We want prefab-style homes, but designed exactly to our lives and needs. If you’re like us, then you might enjoy checking out a new prefab designer:  Stillwater Dwellings, based out of Seattle, WA. This new firm has many traditional prefab homes ready to go, but also allows you to design your own from their pre-designed modules.

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  1. Modern Maven October 3, 2009 at 12:46 am

    I can’t wait to see if Stillwater can make good on its price and timeline promises. The plan designs and concepts look beautiful, the price and surety of performance and construction are exactly what the modern prefab market needs. I’ll be keeping my eye on this one–and buying if it looks like Stillwater can perform.

  2. epritchett April 6, 2009 at 6:58 pm

    Why are so many prefabs modern looking? I’d like to see a craftsman or bungalow style prefab house!

  3. jbwilleriii April 4, 2009 at 8:29 am

    I love prefab, but how come every time Inhabitat showcases a prefab project it is set within some pristine natural setting? I don’t see how this coincides with Inhabitats goals of promoting green. I understand, artistically, the need to focus attention on the project, but this is simply promoting a lifestyle that is not healthy, and a false idea of protecting our natural world. Basically, by showcasing these prefab projects dropped like bombs into functioning ecosystems, we are continuing to promote and, effectively, tell people that this is what they should be striving for as consumers. Meaning endless sprawl, further reliance on automobiles….etc. I’m disgusted with every prefab project that gets shown on the site, for the most part.

  4. Kenneth April 3, 2009 at 4:50 pm

    I checked out their site and there are some really nice plans. And decent prices. Good work!

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