Big Island, Hawaii  –  Bellomo Architects

Photography: Drew Kelly

Yesterday’s post about prefabricated housing certainly seemed to ‘hit the spot’.  Here’s another very interesting alternative to conventional, on-site construction. All of the components can be made off-site and assembled and completed in just three days.  The uses are limited only by your imagination – granny flat, guest accommodation, teenager’s retreat, home office, hobby room and on and on.  What could you use it for?

House Arc Bellomo Architects

House Arc represents a new model for compact living. Born from a modular system of bent steel tubes, the House Arc was created as an environmentally sensitive and affordable method of housing for people in a beautiful, functional, and adaptive way.

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You can watch the time lapse video of the three day building process in the link below the image gallery.

Did you miss seeing our Prefab Comes of Age gallery?

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