ASUL builds affordable modular structures. The problem with standard prefab homes are the costs associated with the factory and transport requirements. ASUL is transforming that model by creating a locally adaptable site-built process that combines a kit-of-parts model with contemporary materials and labor management practices. Based on this model they created The Savannah by ASUL ($TBA). The structure is 16-feet by 20-feet with an 8×20 foot cantilevered deck. It combines office space with a play room for the kids. So if you have space you may want to consider a backyard office.
Camping has never been so good. The Sol Duc Cabin ($TBA) located about 66 miles West of Seattle on the Olympic Peninsula is a 350 square foot masterpiece. It was originally built for a client of Olson Kundig Architects, who loves fly-fishing for steelhead. The cabin is clad in steel and features a rugged patina […]