It seems like the winter is when prefab companies tinker with offerings. For example, Blu Homes just launched Evolution, Rocio Romero launched the stackable LV2, PieceHomes launched extraPieces, and LivingHomes launched wood frame construction nationally. Ideabox, an Oregon-based prefab company that recently launched the new Fortino, is revamping their lineup with the new Urban Series.
Ideabox builds small, affordable, energy efficient homes and recently shared with us details of the Urban Series: "The result is a fresh, clean lined, more open feeling series of houses that incorporate new explorations in exterior elevations and new elegant interiors." Here's some detail on the new Studio, Cottage, and Confluence.
Urban Studio – 580 square feet
With a kitchen, bathroom, and living and sleeping area, the Urban Studio has maple built-ins and cabinetry, FSC bamboo flooring, Energy Star appliances and windows, tankless water heating, ductless heat pump, standing seam metal roofing, and fiber cement and corrugated galvalume exterior.
Urban Cottage – 665 square feet
The Urban Cottage has all the same elements of the Urban Studio but with a larger kitchen, larger living area, and a redesigned bedroom and bathroom.
Urban Confluence – 805 square feet
The most popular Ideabox house, the Urban Confluence also has everything discussed with the Urban Studio except in a two-bedroom and two-bathroom layout. The redesigned Confluence has updated counters with more space, abundant natural light, and built-ins for storage space.
Rendering credits: Ideabox.
Article tags: Ideabox, residential