Designer: Marcel Breuer
This building was in fact never built, but is well documented as a pioneer in prefabricated housing types because of its ability to be mass produced with all the benefits this entailed in terms of cost improved quality, and above all, given post-war demand, rapid production....
The "plas-2-point" design was not the most aesthetically pleasing, but it was eminently practical. It owed this practicality to the fact that it was demountable, meaning one unit could be picked up and moved to another foundation with minimal effort, and conceived as an assembly line product that could easily be mass produced and shipped all over the country.
(source: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~struct/resources/case_studies/ case_studies_cantilevers/case_studies_cantilevers.html)
Style: modern, traditional
Construction method: kit of parts