Prefabricated homes aren’t what they used to be. Talented designers are making prefab architecture distinctive, efficient, and stunningly beautiful. One prefab home in Cloverdale, just outside of Sonoma, California, is one example that’s just as beautiful as the landscape that surrounds it.
Built by Method Homes, and designed by Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture, the 2,280 square foot home includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open living/dining/kitchen space, and an office overlooking green plains. To make use of the views and weather, a ground level patio and roof desk have also been built.
Because the sweeping, rolling hills are really the main draw of this home’s location, the residents were keen on keeping them in sight at all times. A reversed floor plan was implemented to make that a reality, allowing the living room to be upstairs to maximize the views.
Thanks to its prefab design, the home’s residents were able to built it, furnish it, and move in within just a few short months.