Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

A New York startup called Automatic Construction pumps air into plastic fabric, then fills it with concrete—creating a house’s structure at 20% of the cost.

South Carolina’s Eclipse Cottages builds compact units that help homeowners live “more abundant” lives—instead of maintaining, and paying for, square footage they don’t use.

Modular housing company Cassette’s homebuilding business model and new one-bedroom apartment pod is quickly resonating with Los Angeles real estate developers.

Research from the New Home Trends Institute shows which five new rooms (or room functions) architectural designers have been implementing in recent home designs.

Offsite construction is a viable option for homebuilding, but what should you know before getting into it? The New Home Trends Institute details six factors to consider for modular development.

California-based Azure Printed Homes 3D prints accessory dwelling units using recycled plastic.

A California builder reimagines the military Quonset hut as a noncombustible home.

In collaboration with Spacial, the biggest prefabrication company in the northern United States, CAZA has developed sustainable and customizable accessory dwelling units throughout the country.