Wednesday, 22 December 2010

OMD’s Prefab Show House | Jennifer Siegel

OMD’s Prefab Show House | Jennifer Siegel

OMD’s Prefab ShowHouse, a development of the Portable House, exhibits the ideas of prefabrication, flexibility, portability and compact spaciousness. Its central kitchen/bath core divides and separates the sleeping space from the eating/living space in a compact assemblage of form and function.

OMD’s Prefab Show House4

The steel frame structure, measuring 12 feet by 60 feet, was trucked to its site and set on a temporary foundation. Its exterior is clad with metal siding and translucent polycarbonate panels, while its interior features a high sloping ceiling, a Boffi kitchen and bathroom, iPort sound system, flowing ventilation, radiant heat panels, and a variety of sustainable floor and wall materials.

Whether briefly situated in an urban lot, momentarily located in the open landscape, or positioned for a more lengthy stay, the Portable House accommodates a wide range of needs and functions.

The price of this Jennifer Seigal designed modern modular house has been reduced to $175,000. 1650 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA 90291

OMD’s Prefab Show House5OMD’s Prefab Show House | Jennifer Siegel

OMD Prefab Advantages

Custom Architectural Design - OMD works personally and closely with our clients to achieve their dream home.
Construction faster in the factory than site built (by less than half the time). Foundation and building in construction simultatneously.
Prefab building means: stockpiling materials, less worker transportation, less waste, etc.
15% cheaper than site 'stick' built.
Steel frame building versus wood - stronger, better in earthquake.
Much less neighborhood disturbance - less noise, less dust.
Design and permitting time is faster.

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