I got quite sick over the weekend, so I am playing catch-up. Sorry for the delay! There was a lot of prefab news last week; we'll cover the majority of it in other posts.
Inhabitat's Prefab Friday looked at the contest-winning Landscape House (a conceptual design):
In 2006 the AIA set forth an architecture challenge to create ‘A House for an Ecologist’– a home base from which a US Fish and Wildlife Service Ecologist in Residence could live and conduct field research.
Read the post for details.
The Maya Stendhal Gallery is hosting a prefab exhibition from June 5 to August 23.
George Maciunas Prefabricated Building System presents an exciting chapter in artist George Maciunas’ prolific oeuvre, focusing on his ventures in architecture. The exhibition critically examines a particular architectural project for a prefabricated mass housing system, which Maciunas drafted in the late 1950s and developed toward utopian ends through 1965.
It looks like I'm not the only one who missed the opening. Coverage last week included materialicio.us and Treehugger.