MoMA's Home Delivery exhibition opened this weekend. The blogs were full of coverage.
Voxant's TheNewsRoom includes a video report. (Note: the video is interesting -- but runs automatically, may be slow, and may cause browser problems.)
Zavod Big, a design blog in Eastern Europe, covered the "Touch" home from Kannustalo of Finland.
Green in Medusa featured some beautiful images of the show, plus this note:
Whether you like these architects and the concept of Pre-Fab or not the show is worth visiting.
Treehugger featured pictures last week and a look at several reviews on Monday.
Dwell shared some photos.
Core 77 showed off an image of a futuristic wall fragment at the show.
future forum 2008 included exquisite photographs, interesting discussion, and this conclusion:
HOME DELIVERY is an impressive narrative about both failures and successes of the concept. What is evident in the optics of the MoMA showcase is that prefabricated homes have evolved over the years and now come in astonishing variety and appeal to the most sophisticated expectations.
C-MONSTER.net also has photos.