The creative team at Skylab Architecture collaborated with Method Homes Skylab on developing an impressive modular prefab dwelling in Portland, Oregon, United States. Dubbed Taft House, the residence in the photos below is comprised of 28 triangle modules which were stacked and assembled on the site in one day.
According to the architects, the project has two modular levels and accommodates 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and an accessory dwelling unit, all adding up to 3,930 square feet (365 square meters) of living space.
Thanks to a creative design approach, the interiors feel spacious and playful. The double-height living area features large windows and space for entertaining. The ‘honey-comb’ wooden beans on the ceiling visually reduce the scale of the room, while adding a warm, welcoming vibe.
The two companies behind this home in Portland are the initiators of a modular and prefab building system named HOMB. “This technique uses 100 square foot triangle modules designed to be site adaptable, which fasten together to create endless form possibilities, the architects said. “Modules are stacked and assembled to meet the height and square footage requirements for each unique project.”