This Prefab Cabin Was Built in 10 Days For Only $80,000

Photo credit: BIO Architects
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Nestled in the forests of Kazan, a city in southwestern Russia, is a 1,184 square meter DublDom, one of several modular DublDom prefabricated houses designed by the Moscow architecture firm Bio Architects.
What makes DublDom houses so special is the premise of the architectural concept: keep construction costs low by using materials such as metal, barn board and glass. These materials are not only inexpensive, but also contribute to the slim, modern aesthetics of the houses. The DublDom prefabricated house line uses newly manufactured modular parts and the finished houses range from 280 square feet to 1,400 square feet and cost between $ 23.00 and $ 100,000.
In particular, this eight-room house, which cost $ 80,000, was designed and built for a family that had previously tested a 430-square-meter DublDom for a year before deciding on a larger version. Thanks to the large skylights, glass walls and wooden beams, the house receives a lot of natural light and the entire interior consists of whitewashed solid pine wood, so that you have the feeling of living in the great outdoors.
Photo credit: Bio Architects
Photo credit: Bio Architects
Photo credit: Bio Architects
Photo credit: Bio Architects
Photo credit: Bio Architects
While this cabin is in Russia, the client is now taking pre-orders in the United States. More information is available at dubldom.ru.
(h / t braked)
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