On Trend – Prefabricated Living

Prefabricated buildings have come a long way in recent years. Gone are the dark and drafty buildings we may recognise from our school days, they’ve made way for these sustainable, affordable and stylish prefabricated homes.

The Tenta 

Designed by a Spanish architectural studio, the Tenta can accommodate up to six people comfortably. These three-bedroom homes even come on wheels, so they can be placed in any location and are delivered fully assembled and ready to go.

Baragaño Architects

Don’t be fooled into thinking that prefabricated living can’t look like a home as we know it. These stylish housing options can often stretch across two floors and many feature striking stairways and eye-catching balconies.


Prefabricated homes can also be used as country escapes and holiday homes. This clever curved option from Lumipod is ideal for a short stay and built in such a way that it really allows the user to take in the breathtaking views of its surrounds.

The Koda 

The Koda home is as neat and compact as it gets, ideal for city living. You can customise this beauty to your own preferences, as its available in both timber and concrete and it actually comes with many items already installed, such as the kitchen, bed and lighting, all included in the price.