Joshua Tree Gets a New Desert Prefab
Last Updated on Monday, 10 May 2010 20:04 Written by Administrator Monday, 22 March 2010 14:46
Office of Mobile Design's ShowHouse. At the time, the one-bedroom, one-bathroom home was listed at $175,000, and I always wondered what happened with it -- until the other day when Allison Arieff tweeted a photo of the Jennifer Siegal-designed structure on a beautiful desert lot. The 720 square-foot portable house found a new home.
The desert prefab, measuring 12'x60', has rooftop solar panels, metal cladding with translucent polycarbonate panels, radiant heat, tankless water heating, and high-end finishes and sustainable materials.
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