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Calgary Herald

Calgary Herald features a gallery of some of North America's greenest residences, including a selection of Method homes. Click here to jump to the gallery

Urban Land

Architects have long envisioned housing prefabrication as a means to improve design and reduce costs. Frank Lloyd Wright designed his American System-Built homes, seven models of modest houses using precut materials intended to be affordable, between 1912 and 1916;...

Alaska Airlines Magazine

A modular home is factory-built in sections and trucked to the site, where it's assembled on a foundation and finished. The factory construction process generates about 30 percent less waste than a comparable site-built home, according to the manufactured housing...

Alaska Airlines Magazine: Horizon Edition

While many believe it's not possible to build a net-zero home in the Northwest climate, that's a misconception, says Brian Abramson, co-founder of Method Homes, which constructs prefabricated energy-efficient homes that range in price from $85,000 to 1 million. The...

Design Milk

Over the weekend, Design Milk headed to Los Angeles for the hottest modern event in the West: Dwell on Design. If you have been with us long enough, you’ll know I haven’t been there since 2008 (although we’ve been since then in spirit and touched on it last year)!...

Dwell on Design

Dwell's editors cover the prefab showcase at Dwell on Design 2013, including the Method Paradigm Prefab. Read the full post on the Dwell blog here

Apartment Therapy

Apartment therapy features a colorful room in the Method Paradigm prototype. See the Apartment Therapy feature

Western Art & Architecture

In 2008 Method Homes built its first prototype cabin in Glacier, Washington, which was quickly acknowledged in home-building media for its attractive design, its efficiency and its environmentally friendly construction. The project was a collaborative effort by Mark...

Gizmag

SEED Collaborative has teamed up with Method Homes for the construction of what it hopes will become the first modular building to pass the Living Building Challenge. The SEEDclassroom is designed to be a portable teaching space available at short notice, and yet one...

Inhabitat

The SEEDClassroom is the world’s first portable, self-sustaining classroom to target Living Building Challenge certification—one of the world's most rigorous building performance standards. Designed and built by Method Homes and the SEED Collaborative, the modular...

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

Seed Collaborative and Method Prefab have completed the prototype for a 900-square-foot classroom that they say will be the first modular building to purse the Living Building Challenge. Visit the DJC online to read the full article

Green Builder Magazine

This showcase project aimed to show how modular housing can be used now to combine energy saving technologies affordably. "We focused on whats available now," said Mike Jobes, the project's lead architect. The resulting House of the Immediate Future spent six months...