The Grand-Ma 550, on offer from Ma Modular, brings the concept of tiny homes back to its roots in an exciting, innovative new way, by creating a residence which looks traditional at first glance, but when it comes to construction and design is anything but.
Avava dwellings make it a point of pride to ‘hack’ the construction, design, and transportation processes as much as possible, and the Model 264, which is one of four main floorplans on offer, is a studio residence which lives up to the company’s promises.
The Dubldom DD43 is a serial modular home, which is designed to be manufactured in-house before undergoing transportation as a prefabricated product. The total time required for installation is among the lowest in the world, taking only one full day of labor.
Embodying a product that tackles the current explosive housing situation with innovation, mobility, and low costs, the complication-free implementation of the home at any location is one of the main things that stands out with regards to the typically bureaucratic process of constructing a traditional house.
Standing out from the crowd on account of its nonconformist architecture—and designed to take advantage of renewable energy sources, such as solar energy and hydroelectricity—this product will eventually be a net positive in terms of utilities, meaning buyers can forget about energy bills.
Boldly asymmetrical and featuring black wooden exteriors and a strikingly-sloping roof, the Cabin One product from Cabin Spacey will run owners a value cost of $307 / sq. ft.—the buyer is paying a little extra for panoramic windows, a fully integrated daylight bathroom, and intelligent storage solutions.
At $224 / sq. ft., the HiveHaus is a type of modular home which is prefabricated off site (to exacting standards) in order to ensure that the time required to construct the residence onsite is kept as low as possible, while making use of a unique, cluster-focused design.
The Lodge range of Ark-Shelter homes was specifically designed with families and groups of friends in mind, by making careful design decisions that are conducive to bigger living spaces without compromising on the company’s core principle of sustainability.
Ark-Shelter is designed to return to the basics by offering a way for humans to live within nature, instead of fighting against it. The mobile and zero impact design makes it easy to change locations without negatively impacting the environment in question.
For $180 / sq. ft., buyers can take advantage of one of the most beautiful modular homes currently available on the market, with the Koda Light, whose unique styling and breathtaking architectural outlook promises to make a statement no matter where it's installed.
At $320 / sq. ft. of value, owners of the Kountry Containers Showcase product are putting down a little more money up front in return for an ambitious floorpan, which makes use of a 40 by 4 foot porch to frame the widely-purposeful, innovative combination of living spaces.
Boasting a bathroom and a studio / living area of 160 square feet, the Country Containers Loft product makes use of an entire wall of glass (which can be opened like a French door) to ensure that the well-designed interior area is well-lit by natural light at all times of the day.
AbleNook, a modular home on offer from the eponymous company, comes at a value cost of $188 / sq. ft., for which buyers can take advantage of one of the most futuristic design schemes available on the modular house market today, which comes with.a wealth of exciting innovations.
Featuring 400 total square feet of floor area divided between one bedroom and one bathroom, this Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) from LivingHome is a stylish way to solve the problem of creating affordable, energy-efficient housing that is robust enough to last.
For an uber-competitive value cost of $154 / sq. ft., buyers can purchase a three bedroom, two bathroom home on a total plot of 32 feet by 37 feet and 6 inches, which feels so roomy inside that it’s hard to believe it’s a modular home at all.
The Vor 640 comes with two possible floor plans to choose from: either one bedroom or two bedrooms are included as an accompaniment to the single bathroom, all of which is housed on a footprint of 16 by 40 feet and with an ample height of 9’6”.
With a stunning wooden and glass exterior, framed on one corner by the included wrap-around patio feature, the Alp 320 encompasses a bedroom / studio and a bathroom without taking up any more than 320 total square feet, which itself is an achievement worthy of note.
As one of Meka Modular’s standard model homes, the Napa 600 offers either one or two bedrooms, depending on buyer preference, as well as a bathroom, all of which have their own particular place and part to play in a highly-specific floorplan that spans 600 square feet in total.
The absence of any unnecessary features contributes to making the 273 square feet offered by Honomobo’s MStudio design feel fit for a king. For $360 / sq. ft., buyers are securing themselves a home with unlimited potential, as the space could lend itself equally well to commercial, rental, or residential uses.
Featuring two bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, and a fully-furnished kitchen that sit comfortably in a luxurious 704 total square feet, the HO4 is constructed from four shipping containers stitched together; and at $275 / sq. ft., the value offered by this spacious residence is hard to compete with.
The M1 is a straightforward one bedroom home which includes a front-facing section of floor-to-ceiling glass, flooding the interior with natural light. For only $309 / sq. ft. it provides a cost-efficient manner of breaking down the traditional architectural barriers which separate inside from outside to stunning effect.
The HO3 makes creative use of three shipping containers in the creation of an entire home. At $324 / sq. ft., you’re paying a bit more for the functionality offered by the efficient floorpan, which manages to include a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom, and a kitchen in a total area of 534 square feet.
With 1,280 total square feet spread across two stories and including between two to three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the Connect 4T is designed to be a complete standalone house, capable of taking the place of more traditional housing styles with ease.
As ADUs (Accessory Dwelling Units) go, the Connect 2 is among the most straightforward to set up, as well as being one of the quickest to build. Boasting 640 sq. ft. arranged on a footprint of 16 by 40 feet, this one bedroom, one bathroom modular home is cute and compact in equal measures.
The Connect 5 model from Connect Homes offers a staggering 1,600 sq. ft. in a 40 by 40 feet plot, combining three bedrooms and two bathrooms in a bungalow layout, with the end result being a complete house that is more than big enough to meet any buyer’s needs.
As a versatile, one-bedroom home with 480 total sq. ft. of multi-purpose living space, the Cocoon Cabin is the most private of the three cocoon siblings, on account of the fact that it offers a separate bedroom space, without compromising on the company’s design ethos.
Designed with simplicity of living, minimalistic style choices, and maximum residential enjoyment at the top of the list of priorities, the Cocoon Studio is the middle sibling of the three Cocoon tiny homes, and enjoys a generous spread of 480 square feet.
Plus Hus is billed as a customizable modern structure for your backyard,. With the possibility of being rented out for additional income, designated as a kid’s play area (although we all know adults like playing too), or even used as a standalone, it’s versatile and chic in equal measures.
Having been designed with luxurious accommodation for guests in mind, the Duo Bath (which comes to us from Drop Structures) is the ideal choice for those who need additional room at their holiday homes, as well as being suitable for glamping and resort development.
Available for a value cost of $247 / sq. ft., the k6 comes with everything included, meaning buyers won’t have to stress about acquiring appropriately-sized furniture and fixtures. A full kitchen and/or bath (including a toilet, a sink, and a shower) can also be added in.
Possessing the ability to function equally well as a backyard studio, home office, pool house, play room, artist’s workshop—or just about anything else you can think of—the k3 series on offer from Kit Haus is offered in 11 different standard schemes.
Cover, the company who manufacture a custom modular home, offer a unique proposition in the industry—they’ve created purpose-built software that gives clients three brand-new designs in a matter of three days, reaching new levels of customizability with this particular product.
160 sq. ft. of designer space is laid out in order to enable a range of living applications with the Cocoon Lite 20, which is the cheapest of the three Cocoon modular homes on the market, and is equipped to accommodate the latest in sustainable living technology.
KBOX is a carefully-designed smart-home, which is built in a factory and arrives at the owner’s site of choice in a matter of days with everything necessary to hop right in and start living included as standard. Moreover, it’s able to fit anywhere on Earth, so the sky really is the limit.