Whenever I write about the work of Resolution 4 I have to run for cover, from the complaints about showing "trophy homes for investment bankers driving a Hummer packed full of over-privileged kids." So it is nice to be able to show one that is only 832 square feet, designed for a cheesemonger and an actress. OK, it is a second home and it is a poolhouse, but it turned out to be more than enough house.
One of the reasons I am so fond of prefab is that it it makes houses more like industrial design, where you refine and test your product before you foist it on the public. Resolution: 4 Architecture have been refining and testing their modular designs since they built the original Dwell House in 2004, and just keep getting better at it.