Adam Kalkin’s Prefab Houses

Adam Kalkin’s firm Architecture + Hygiene makes prefab houses out of recycled shipping containers. Moderately cheap, mobile, and fully recyclable, the Bunny Lane house is located on 3 acres of property in Kalkin’s native New Jersey. With a modern, industrial outer shell, a traditional two-story New Jersey home is contained herein, juxtaposing modern living with the traditional, and adding a dose of quirk and charm.  The Quick House is a prefab kit coming with five modified containers to comprise 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,000 square feet, fully customizable according to your interior preferences.

Photography: Peter Aaron

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Amanda Jakubik

Year Born: 1987
Location: NYC // How many hours a day are you on the web? 5
Last cool project you worked on: Taste tasting
Coolest person you know personally: Moe Money
Best place to eat in your neighborhood: The Breslin
Top 3 Places: Rome, Lake Washington, My apartment
Best hotel/place you visited last year: Definitely South Beach with the homies
Next destination: Jamaica
Generation favorite: Coachella

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