Prefab Redefined

Lauren Piandes

American prefab builder Method Homes gives their home a Element4 touch with the Lucius 140

What makes modern prefab architecture so intriguing to architects, city planners and early adopters is its attention to precision and design. Prefabrication allows for repeatability, predictability (a good thing when faced with the inherent unpredictable nature of home building) and a limitation of waste. In theory, the resources saved by mitigating waste can then be reinvested in higher quality materials. While the boundaries of modern prefab homes are evolving as quickly as design itself, it could be said that in their most pure, minimal form a definition is quite simple to come by: intelligently and stylistically designed modular boxes of steel and glass. Method Homes' Sage Modern used a Lucius 140 Room Divider by Element4 in this project. Welcome to your prefab home!

Lucius 140 Room Divider by Element4
Lucius 140 Room Divider by Element4

The main room is cut up into sections with the Lucius 140 Room Divider creating a beautiful block of wall.

Lucius 140 Room Divider by Element4

Two pieces of art on one wall.

Method Homes Prefabricated home

An outside view of this beautiful home.

Comfortable Kitchen and Living Area

Cozy kitchen and living area with modern minimalist touches.

Lucius 140 Room Divider by Element4

A practical statement piece.