e-OCULUS, the blog for the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects, criticized MoMA's Home Delivery exhibition:
Even though digital fabrication is interesting, I believe there is so much more that goes into prefab housing today than mass production. The eras represented in the exhibition are coming together to create contemporary prefabrication that exists out of necessity, invention, experimentation, as well as digital design. If MoMA had chosen to include examples of buildings that are built, or at least in planning phases ... the exhibition would have more relevance and urgency needed to put the many current prefab ideas into production.
DVICE, a blog from SciFi.com, shared some favorites from the show.
Inhabitat had a double Prefab Friday. First, they linked to ScribeMedia's video from MoMA, seen above:
Chock full of interviews with architects and led by Chief Curator of Architecture & Design Barry Bergdoll, it’s a must-see for anyone interested in a current survey of the potential of prefabricated housing.
Second, they covered the Glenburn House:
...it would be easy to miss this deceptively simple, yet elegant house nestled into the surrounding countryside. But once you have reached this beautiful abode designed by Sean Godsell it’s hard to forget it.
A useful link: Sean Godsell's site.
Jetson Green provided an update on the GreenMobile® from Mississippi State University:
At present, the university ... is trying to finalize agreements with industrial partners.