G Living commented on the TrailerWrap project:
While the low cost motive behind the introduction of mobile homes in the mid-1900s was a good one, the execution was often aesthetically reprehensible, shoddily constructed and inefficient energy-wise. TrailerWrap set out to take these small, dilapidated (often abandoned) structures and re-fashion them into something exciting and remarkable, yet sustainable and affordable.
Freshome covered the Perrinepod:
a cute prefab home that can be built in just 3 days and withstand everything from earthquakes to cyclones.
The Good Human's Prefab Wednesday showed a prefab development in London that was covered last year on some of the other blogs.
Inhabitat's Prefab Friday featured the Single Hauz, a sort of house-meets-billboard:
...the idea takes shape in such a stylish little form that we can’t help ponder the challenge posed: how much space do you really need and where do you want it?
TreeHugger posted a video of Adam Kalkin speaking about containers, and looked back at their enthusiasm of three years ago.