The Last Mile Lab combines workforce training and industry innovation to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive way to build new housing.
California-based Azure Printed Homes 3D prints accessory dwelling units using recycled plastic.
Studio One Eleven finds that modular construction can be a more cost-effective, efficient way to deliver affordable housing.
A California builder reimagines the military Quonset hut as a noncombustible home.
Mighty Buildings utilizes automation, ultraviolet light, and more innovations to 3D-print its prefabricated homes. What else do they do differently?
By taking on the entire design, construction, and installation process, the Philadelphia-based manufacturer produces modules more efficiently, says CEO Vaughan Buckley.
One way to provide more housing? Construct accessory dwelling units in people’s yards and then rent them out, says an Atlanta architect.