Inhabitat's Prefab Friday reported on a London prefab:
Added to an end-of-terrace house in North London, Focus House is a delightful prefabricated eco-home for a family of five....
Made in Austria and then transported to London in kit form, the building is formed of KLH UK solid timber panels, clad in zinc paneling.
Treehugger's Lloyd Alter discussed a visit to the offices of Resolution: 4 Architecture.
The Chicago Tribune reprinted the interview with Alison Arieff that we covered back in March.
Arieff herself blogged at the NY Times about a prefab school by OMD that we've covered in the past.
Jetson Green covered an award for the Abōd:
Abōd was honored by the AIA this year with a Small Project Award. The AIA explained the concept: "[...]The resulting design incorporating the Catenary arch is simple and structurally sound but also aesthetically pleasing and can be built by 4 people in just one day with only a screwdriver and an awl."
Off Beat Homes enjoys the Flatpak House.
Arch Daily took a look at a home in Ecuador that uses a unique prefabricated concrete block system.
G Living examined student housing made of containers.