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Seattle Business Magazine

Method Homes prefabricates look nothing like the stereotype of a doublewide. Instead, they’re straight out of the pages of an architectural magazine – modernistic, even daring. Many of Method Homes’ projects are cabins (hardly rustic in design) for remote locations,...

Puget Sound Business Journal

It would be hard to pick a worse time to launch a new home-building business than 2008, but Method Home co-founders Brian Abramson and Mark Rylant survived their firm’s shaky start and are on track to triple company revenue this year. Seattle-based Method Homes sells...

The Washington Post

By now it’s fair to say most people do not confuse prefab houses with mobile homes. Prefab is simply a different system for building a regular house, of almost any style, producing it in either modules or panels in a factory. With modular houses, there’s a lot of...

Dwell on Design

In 2007, builders and developers Mark Rylant and Brian Abramson launched Method Homes, a prefabricated building company with a focus on modern homes. Since then, the Seattle-based business has taken off and the company has partnered with several architecture firms to...