Located on a hillside looking over the Blanco River, the living and sleeping modules act as tree house rooms with views to the river. A wood slat wall provides a shady passage and protection from the west sun.
A Conservation Center and Guest Cabins work with existing trees to create a compound on a high meadow with distant views. Site built porches extend the Conservation Center and provide an outdoor meeting room for the cabins.
Four modules and a site built link are carefully placed between large existing trees on a narrow urban lot.
A compound of modules shaped by a draw on the east and a bluff to the south. The plan takes advantage of breezes from the south and views of the South Llano River.
Stone walls combine with modules, porches and a trellis to form a courtyard for this home on the edge of a meadow.
A two story unit is connected to a lower Master Bedroom with a "conditioned" breezeway. The long porch that connects the carport and guest house also doubles as a "grand" entry hall.
Bedrooms for three boys are combined under a single hipped roof with a play loft. The modules create a small entry courtyard while the Living room and Master Bedroom have views of the river.
This three module project sits along a bluff with south facing views over the Texas hill country. The design incorporates rain water collection for all water use and a photo voltaic array mounted on the carport roof.
Two story stacked modules are part of a master plan for urban infill in a southern historic neighborhood.
A village of stacked and single story Porch Houses share a common green space in a new urban development.
These town-house-like residences combine factory-built modules with site-built elements to create eight modern townhomes adjacent to the Gunnison River. This modular system was developed to facilitate a more sustainable approach to construction in remote locations.