Marfa weeHouse and a Whole Lot More

Marfaweehouse

I just got a weeMail and spent the last couple hours navigating through Alchemy Architects' newly redesigned weeHouse website.  I love it because you can see houses they've built, projects in planning, and you can even build your own weeHouse. 

If you're looking to get a home, you want to go with a company that's actually built something.  You want to look at it and say, "I want these guys to build my green prefab house."  I was digging around their files and this West Texas Marfa weeHouse blew me away.  Check the colors of this home. 

When a weeHouse arrives on location, it's practically complete.  With the Marfa weeHouse, all they had to do was hook up the utilities and install the deck/canopies.  After that, it's all about enjoying the open blue skies of Texas. 

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Photo credits: Alchemy Architects.


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  • Carlos

    I live in San Angelo Texas and I would like to make the 4.5 hrs drive to Marfa to visit this home. I am in the process of downsizing from a 2500 sqf house to something in the 1200-1500 sqf range. The new home will be Zero-energy, off the grid, the ultimate example of green living. Yeas ago I built a 4800 sqf home with rain collection and 22″ outer walls that was featured on HGTV’s Homes Across America with Joe Ruggiero on May 21st, 2004, episode #1008. Although I am not an architect by formal training, I am a very good builder, welder and enjoy all aspects of construction. I think that it would be a lot of fun to build my new home using one of your kits

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