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In December of last year, Method Homes built a prefab home that was delivered to Sonoma, California. From the time we broke ground to the time the home was complete, the build from start to finish only took 4 months….and maybe a few days. Regardless, we couldn’t be more happy with the results.
This modern prefab home was designed by Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture of Seattle and Palm Springs. The owners completed the landscaping – including an amazing swimming pool looking over the Southwest exposure. The views of the vines in the valley below are spectacular. We just recently hired Jaime Kowal to shoot the home. See finished photos in our portfolio section here.
Method Homes delivered another prefab home to Alaska, but this time via barge to a remote water front site that is not accessible by car. The project was a custom design by Balance Associates Architects that consists of three modules.
The Method team recently traveled to Palm Springs, California to participate in 2014′s Modernism Week as part of the Prefab Showcase and Modern Living Expo with Paradigm, our prototype home for the Paradigm Series by Bogue Trondowski Architects.
A couple months back we posted a look from the set of the new Element 3 home in Cloverdale, California by Chris Pardo Design. The home is now nearing completion. Here is a first look at the (almost) finished product:
2013 has been an eventful year for Method Homes. It has been great looking back on all of the year’s events, photos, projects, and benchmarks. Method is thankful for our amazing team, partners, clients, and the opportunity to continue to break the bounds of what is possible with prefab construction. Here is a look at some of our 2013 highlights.