Modular homes are not cookie-cutter creations. They can be minimalist micro-houses fit for the introvert artist, UFO-shaped domes built to withstand hurricane-force winds, two-story farmhouses perfect for families, high-efficiency solar-powered dwellings, and so much more.
Are you going prefab? Tell us about your experience, and you could be the star of Prefabulous.
To highlight this amazing design diversity, Curbed and Vox Media are teaming up with A&E cable network FYI to produce a nationally televised show that chronicles what it means to "go prefab." Called Prefabulous, the show will follow real-life families, couples, and individuals as they design or build the prefab home of their dreams, and we're on the hunt for people who want to share their stories and take viewers behind the scenes of the inspiring, fun, rip-your-hair-out-stressful process of building a house.
For a chance to be a part of the show, fill out this form telling us about your design aesthetic, why you decided to choose modular over stick-built, and what's been the most surprising or challenging part. Applications will be accepted until Monday, June 28 at 12 p.m. PST.
Fill out this form now to apply to be a part of Prefabulous!
- All Prefab coverage [Curbed]