Living in an Aeroplane Hangar Isn’t Such a Bad Idea

Adam Kalkin is an architect in New Jersey who found the smartest way to expand his home: cover it in a bigger house. Read More >>

This Tiny Prefab Hut on Wheels is Adorably Quaint

Tiny lodging is a big deal in dense cities where space is minimal, demand is maximal, and rent is astronomical. If, however, you want to keep the "let's get small" vibe in the great wide open, these teensy prefab Shepherd Huts just might be the mini getaway of your dreams. Read More >>

Inside Muji’s Beautiful, Affordable Prefab Houses

The Japanese retailer Muji has built a cult following by offering nearly any object you could want in your home for not much money and proportionately great design. Now, the company is offering one more item to its line of 7,500 housewares: Actual houses. And there's a very good economic reason for the ambitious new venture. Read More >>

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Cruise Ship Cabins are Built on an Assembly Line Just Like Cars

Ever wonder how cruise ships are built? Well, Royal Caribbean just released a new video that sheds a little bit of light onto the process, specifically how the cabins are manufactured. It's surprisingly similar to how your car was built. Read More >>

These Origami-Inspired Kiosks at Canary Wharf Fold Open and Closed Like Paper Fans

We've all had that thought while playing with origami: "If this paper swan were bigger, I would live in it." Okay, so maybe not all of us have had that thought, but it certainly crossed the minds of the architects at Make, in London, who recently designed these crazy folding kiosks. Read More >>

Watch a House Go From Flatbed to Fully Built in Less Than a Day

If you're familiar with architect Richard Rogers, it's likely through buildings like the Pompidou Centre and the London Shard, where the guts of the structure — from elevators to plumbing — are put on display. But did you know Rogers is also pioneering a new generation of flatpack prefab housing? Read More >>