Cascade Mountain Cantilever House Explores Prefab Techniques

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: • References: andersonanderson & archdaily
The Cantilever House (built in the Cascade Mountains near Granite Falls in Washinton State) is a prototype installation that explores prefabricated construction techniques.

Anderson Anderson Architecture designed the residential structure and combined a prefabricated steel structural frame with a structural insulated panel system (SIPS) to envelope all of the non-glass areas. The Cantilever House is the first of a series of projects to explore the efficiency and affordability of this construction method. A second prototype is planned for an urban San Diego site. Stats for Teetering Architecture Trending: Older & Warm
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