One of the custom prefabricated modules built by Method Homes, Jackson Hole Prefab is a contemporary family home located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA. The residence was designed by Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture and has a total surface of 2,782 square feet (approximately 260 square meters). Several advantages are highlighted by Method’s prefabricated homes: “Building off-site inside our custom facility eliminates exposure to the elements and minimizes construction waste to less than 10 percent. Reduced time and activity spent on the site lightens the environmental impact of the building process.” Elegance and energy-efficiency are the two major characteristics of this retreat in Wyoming.
Especially developed for family entertainment, Jackson Hole Prefab accommodates four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms; additionally, the developers created a generously-sized basement that contains a bedroom, a recreational area, a wine room, and a home theater. Some of the original buildings on the property were left intact, including a barn that is currently still in use. The interior design pays tribute to the contemporary style, yet unveils welcoming vibes throughout. Are you personally for or against prefabricated homes? [Photos courtesy of Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture & Method Homes]