Taliesin Mod Fab

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Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s pioneering scheme of prefabricated homes, Mod.Fab is a fine example of simple, elegant, and sustainable prefab living in the desert.

The Taliesin Mod Fab prototype home is designed and engineered to be transportable by roadway. This prefab is a one-bedroom prototype residence that is based on on-site, SIP panelized construction, which can exist ‘off the grid’ or be connected to utilities.

Model: Taliesin Mod.Fab.
Total floor space: 600 sq. ft.
Green features: Low-consumption fixtures, rainwater harvesting, greywater re-use, natural ventilation, solar orientation, and photovoltaic to reduce energy and water use.

Prefab home design: Graduate and undergraduate students at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.
Manufacturer location: Scottsdale, AZ.
Prefab plans: N/A.
Prices: N/A.

By | January 18th, 2010

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  1. C. Bacon says:

    Do you do shipping container prefabs. What is the price of the Taliesin Mod Fab and is there a floor plan available? Thank you

  2. Guillosson says:

    Helloi am interresting for my land to cancun Mexique.
    Please you have a price
    Best regads
    Sorry for my english

  3. Szathmary says:

    Availability?When?Costs?Thank you:Maria

  4. Dave says:

    More information on this would be terrific – are they commercially available?

  5. Tobias Tovera says:

    I am interested in purchasing the Taliesin Mod Fab.
    If you could provide me with contact information and pricing that would be appreciated.
    Best,
    Tobias

  6. M Carty says:

    Tell me indication the price???

  7. joseph d'alessio says:

    will these be available for purchase?
    if so, any idea when? costs?
    thanks
    joseph

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