It looks like a coffee table book yet reads like a dream.
A history of prefab's choices and paths uses the work of over twenty-five modern architects and designers to profile a range of prefab options.
It's not a book you'd use to actually build your own home, but it has a variety of ideas and places to start.
Love it, it is what the title says. Great book with great projects (although not too many of them, but diverse enough to satisfy the reader). Not a technical book on prefab...Published 1 month ago by ernest
I bought this because I am thinking on building my own new family home and like the modernism and on-site cleanliness that comes from prefab construction methods. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. D. Caller
everything about these books, its big and pretty and full of pictures helped me so much with inspiration on projects!Published 15 months ago by lizzy2pink
More for Architects/designers than engineer/developers.
Quite a few architect and/or architecture firms are show cased. Read more
I found this at a tourist place and decided that I needed it, but not at the price in the tourist store. Interesting reading. Read morePublished on August 11, 2011 by W. Frame
This book was published in 2002. It had many colour photos and schematic diagrams. From pages 12 to 38, it provided a brief history of the prefabricated house. Read morePublished on July 10, 2011 by Globalex
Prefabricated houses have a reputation for being cheap and ugly, with identical structures and little character - but PREFAB offers a set of exceptions and provides proposals from... Read morePublished on September 18, 2009 by Midwest Book Review
I was so excited when I read some of the reviews of this book, but once I got it, I realized that it is just not the comprehensive book I was looking for. Read morePublished on April 4, 2009 by A. Parris