Affordable Housing

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.

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

Studio One Eleven finds that modular construction can be a more cost-effective, efficient way to deliver affordable housing.

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.

In the world’s largest 3D printed construction project, Alquist plans to build 200 homes throughout Virginia in the next five years.

One way to provide more housing? Construct accessory dwelling units in people’s yards and then rent them out, says an Atlanta architect.

The recipients demonstrate innovative, sustainable design. And several show that, with housing, small can be mighty.

A Los Angeles-based investment firm plans to bring efficient designs to the fast-growing build-for-rent sector.