Be sure to watch the assembly video.
Compassion Shelter’s Cabin is a sturdy, weather- and disaster-tested shelter unit that is perfect for any environment. The Cabin is a comfortable, insulated building that includes air conditioning and heating. Natural lighting is provided by two windows. Inside, the cabin has enough room to fit 6 bunks. The Cabin is stored and shipped flat in its custom crate, which itself reassembles into a free utility shed. Assembly is a snap, taking only two people a few hours to complete.” – Compassion Shelters
Learn more about The Cabin at Compassion Shelters
MEKA was founded in 2009 by a group of architects and engineers aiming to create modular live and work spaces that could be shipped to customers worldwide… Now, three years later, MEKA has delivered buildings around the world and is expanding its manufacturing plants in order to better serve local markets.” – MEKA WORLD
Learn more about these modern modular houses by MEKA WORLD
The INDAWO / lifePOD is a modular, prefabricated nano-home which is designed and manufactured in South Africa. Each is made off-site, to specific client specification, allowing one to start simply with a shell or to go for a full-on kitted out interior or somewhere in-between. Several 17-square-meter unit can be positioned in various configurations to form larger, multi-use living areas.” – POD / indawo.
Learn more about The lifePOD. Photos by Brett Rubin via POD / indawo.
DublDom “double house” is a modular dwelling designed by BIO Architects and fabricated not far from Moscow… The smaller DublDom is trucked to the building site in two main pieces, plus the choice of a deck or a covered porch. There is also an optional storage module that attaches to the back of the house.” – Small House Bliss
See more of DublDom by BIO Architects at Small House Bliss.
The ECObitat start from a modular system… from the standard OSB plate (oriented strand board)… Legs telescope from the base ensuring a good adaptability to different types of topographies.” – Behance
See more of ECObitat on Behance. Design concept and images by Felipe Campolina.