Do houses have to be rectangular? For Skylab Architecture, the answer is a resounding “no.” This firm thought outside the box (awful pun intended) and used a series of 28 triangular units to create one of the most unique homes we’ve come across.
Homb Taft, located in Portland, Oregon, is actually a prefab, but you would never know that by looking at it. Skylab Architecture created a 100-square-foot modular system built in triangles, a system that is highly adaptable. It can be a single shell used as a portable cabin, or several pieces can be bolted together; both approaches will create a visually stunning home, like Homb Taft.
As with most prefab homes, Homb Taft is partially assembled in a factory. When the
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