Cool Prefab Homes from Iceland


Inhabitat recently featured these modern prefabricated homes from Iceland. They are designed by Glama-Kim, an architecture firm based in Reykjavik. Their Summerhouse (seen here) is comprised of two prefab structures. The main structure contains an open living and dining area, and the smaller structure is a bedroom. The home also features an outdoor hot tub, deck and pergola. It's built with a combination of natural and industrial materials. On the outside there's wood and corrugated steel cladding, on the inside there's birch plywood. Larger components of the house are designed for off-site fabrication. The floors are cork parquet with birch plywood casework.

:: Glama-Kim Architect via Inhabitat

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