American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Prefabricated.
- n. Something prefabricated, especially a building or section of a building.
- abbr. prefabricated
- n. A prefabricated building.
- n. A prefabricated section of a building.
- n. UK A single-storey prefabricated home built in many British cities immediately after the World War II and still in use.
- v. To prefabricate.
- adj. manufactured in standard sizes to be shipped and assembled elsewhere
- n. a prefabricated structure
“Pod living is becoming a new trend in prefab design — small houses carefully designed to contain everything you need to sustain yourself in a”
“This steel clad prefab is a compact two bedroom “mountain refuge” with a welcoming, and surprisingly roomy, wooden interior.”
“I think Rocio Romero is the best I can find in prefab/kit homes.”
“French designers continue to put the “fab” in prefab: Construisons Demain, a brilliant design from architect Eric Wuilmot, premiered at Batimat in Paris earlier this”
“The cost of the new 3,200 square foot eco-friendly prefab is pegged between $300,000 and $1 million dollars.”
“Since prefab is often implicitly about mobility, spatial efficiency and design innovation, Prefab Friday seemed an apt day to feature the Quickup Camper.”
“Particularly in prefab, architects are pushing the idea of the home as a large-scale appliance — something that serves and adapts to our changing lives.”
“We love covering prefab homes here on Inhabitat because we think prefab is an amazingly efficient, promising and innovative way of building houses, and we”
“Modeled after the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Libeskind’s signature prefab is a shocking 5,500 square feet with a spacious layout, Great Room, 4 bedrooms, basement wine cellar, and office.”
“The lovely zero-energy prefab is open to the public as part of the West Coast Green show at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza.”
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