The Steel Study House II is a simple, but innovative structure designed and built by Archipelontwerpers as a part of its ongoing experiment with prefab design.
The home makes use of lightweight components that were built on a straightforward grid, and combines simplicity with modern urban design to create an inviting, but cost-effective building that also opens the door for prefab housing projects. The Steel Study House II is the latest experiment by the company with this form of design, and represents the viability of prefabricated construction projects, which produce far less waste and are far easier to build than custom homes.
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Steel Study House II is a Lightweight Architectural Achievement
- By: Jordan MJan 22, 2011