Clayton Homes turned the prefab world upside down last year when it announced the i-house, a modern, green prefab with an approachable price tag. I-house has been insanely popular and installed in various locations. And it turns out that the company is nearing the release of a new version of green prefab, i-house 2.0, which will have an enhanced front entry, warm and natural exterior materials, and more interior space to accommodate families.
The new i-house features the same butterfly roof as the first version only it runs the width of two modules, instead of running the length of one module. The new design also features the flex indoor-outdoor spaces so that the home lives bigger than its footprint.
Architects describe the new design in a video here. It’s beautiful, and the clear front entry makes this look more like a home and less like some manufactured rectangle. New details will emerge in the next few months, and Jetson Green will make sure to let you know when they do.
Credits: Clayton Homes.
Article tags: butterfly, Clayton Homes, i-House, residential