Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture‘s latest project is this Cloverdale prefab home design resting in Sonoma’s hilly landscape. This prefab home is model “Element 3”, with a square footage of 2,280 and a spacious, open nature. Built by Method Homes, this prefab home shelters three bedrooms and three bathrooms, an open living/dining/ kitchen space, an office overlooking green plains, a ground level patio and sunny roof deck to connect it to the outdoors.
With a reversed floor-plan featuring the living room upstairs, inhabitants can enjoy sweeping views across the rolling hills. How long do you think it took to build and furnish it? Only four months and the new owners had a luminous, prefabricated home on the hills of Sonoma, California. A modified version of one of Pardo’s Elemental line of prefab designs, the Cloverdale prefab home photographed by Jaime Kowal rests on a two-and-a-half acre plot.
This is pretty much all you need to call a place your home, don’t you think?