The 'Jackson Hole Prefab' is a contemporary getaway sitting on the foot of a rural farming area. The house boasts a long list of impressive characteristics, one of it being its prefabricated construction.
The 2,782 square foot structure was constructed off-site in a custom facility. Put together by Chris Pardo Design, prefab homes have many advantages including their protection from natural elements and their ability to minimize construction waste to less than 10 percent. Furthermore, the less time a house is being built, the smaller environmental footprint it leaves.
The Jackson Hole Prefab creates a stunning contrast of urban and rural elements when placed against the green space surrounding it. All of the furniture and interior finishings are extremely modern but the home's large windows remind dwellers of the residence's rural farm location.
This Contemporary Estate Stands Out in its Rural Farm Setting
Christopher Magsambol — September 5, 2015 — Eco
References: methodhomes.net & freshome