Office of Mobile Design's Swellhouse appeared last week in the LA Times:
If Jennifer Siegal has her way, new homes won't be constructed anymore. They'll be installed.
That's the philosophy behind her recently completed Venice SwellHouse, a 3,130-square-foot, two-story residence assembled out of prefabricated structural insulated panels, or SIPs. The panels forming the walls, floors and ceilings were trucked in pre-cut, cored for wiring or plumbing, and numbered -- ready to be snapped together and attached to the steel frame.
Read the full article for details.
Author: Jeff Spurrier
Publication: Los Angeles Times
Length: 750 words
Date: November 15, 2007