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02

Apr
2013

In Press

By methodhj

The Seattle Times

On 02, Apr 2013 | In Press | By methodhj

A Seattle theater is using prefabricated modular units made in a Ferndale factory to speed up a construction project.The Taproot Theater is doubling its space in three days this week with the addition of 21 modules built by Method Prefab.The $3.5 million expansion will house a 100-seat theater and cafe, dressing rooms and offices for the existing 226-seat theater.


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02

Apr
2013

In Press

By methodhj

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

On 02, Apr 2013 | In Press | By methodhj

The first modular units arrived Monday for Taproot Theatre Co.’s $3.5 million expansion in the Greenwood arts district of Seattle. About 13 modules were scheduled to come yesterday and another eight will arrive today and Wednesday.

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26

Mar
2013

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By methodhj

Curbed

On 26, Mar 2013 | In Press | By methodhj

Method Prefab, a division of Method Homes, recently announced that they’re partnering with Seattle non-profit SEED Collaborative on their SEED Classroom project, an environmentally-friendly school room concept.
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14

Mar
2013

In Press

By methodhj

Bellingham Herald

On 14, Mar 2013 | In Press | By methodhj

A Washington home construction company is adding a commercial division that will mean more work for its large manufacturing facility north of Ferndale.

Method Homes, which builds prefabricated homes, recently launched a commercial division called Method Prefab. The new division will focus on custom design-build projects that include offices and commercial buildings.
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08

Mar
2013

In Press

By methodhj

The Oregonian

On 08, Mar 2013 | In Press | By methodhj

The angular house with its brow jutting over the front entrance isn’t birthed from the same blueprint as the older bungalows lining Northeast Ivy Street. And that’s exactly the point.

Built in Method Homes’manufacturing facility in Ferndale, Wash., the prefabricated HOMB house — the name resonated with the developers as a play on the word “home,” it sounded warm and inviting, and the 100-square-foot modules resemble a honeycomb — was craned into place last fall and placed on a site-built basement level. The “set,” as that adventure is called, drew quite a crowd of onlookers, says Jeff Kovel, founder of Skylab Architecture, which partnered with Method Homes on the project.

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24

Feb
2013

In Press

By methodhj

Kiro Radio

On 24, Feb 2013 | In Press | By methodhj

Sheri Koones, Author of Prefabulous books, is interviewed on Kiro Radio’s Real Estate Today on the benefits of prefabricated construction.

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15

Jan
2013

In Press

By methodhj

Sustainable Business Oregon

On 15, Jan 2013 | In Press | By methodhj

The first residential HOMB, craned into position in September, is a prefabricated, modularly designed green residence designed to showcase the idea that prefab buildings can be beautiful, sustainable, and built to order.

Jeff Kovel is having a big week.

The principal at Portland-based Skylab Architecture is hosting on Friday an open house at the first installation by Homb, a joint venture between Skylab and Seattle-based Method Homes. The first residential Homb, craned into position in September, is a prefabricated, modularly designed green residence designed to showcase the idea that prefab buildings can be beautiful, sustainable and built to order.
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14

Dec
2012

In Press

By methodhj

South Bay Digs

On 14, Dec 2012 | In Press | By methodhj

For Method Homes, everything is centered around two ideas–sustainability and craftsmanship. Grounded in those principles, Method has worked with a range of architecture firms since 2008 to design a variety of modular homes. “We can build anything in our factory,” co-owner Brian Abramson said. “We can build super modern homes or traditional ones. We really have few limitations.”


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15

Nov
2012

In Press

By methodhj

Dwell Online

On 15, Nov 2012 | In Press | By methodhj

Greenbuild 2012 is charging full steam ahead at the Moscone Center in Dwell’s home town of San Francisco. From November 11–16, an estimated 35,000 people will trawl the show floors, seeking the newest products and technologies for sustainable construction—everything from energy monitoring devices to insulation to cladding. We took a spin through the show and picked our favorite design finds.


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