Prefabricated modular units have proven to be extremely convenience-focused, cost-effective and planet-conscious. Now, James Whitaker — the London-based architect behind the stacked shipping container studios, is planning of adorning a lakeside site in Alberta with a string of prefabricated modular units.
The irregular line presents a contemporary and experimental approach to housing developments. Whitaker envisions privacy-focused and communal areas. While the volume that contains the main living space enjoys a fully glazed facade that reveals striking panoramas of the surrounding nature, other components boast an enclosed interior that favors solitude. Dubbed the 'Anywhere House,' the property is envisioned to reach completion by 2019. It will be the first structural development to utilize the framework of James Whitaker's prefabricated modular system.
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