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Prefab Goes High End

The New York Times Logo The New York Times | Slide 1 of 9: Revolution Precrafted Properties is a company that aims to deliver “bespoke, collectible architecture” — small houses and pavilions — designed by big-ticket names within a few months of an order, anywhere in the world. The British industrial designer Tom Dixon created modules from a simple kit of parts — extruded aluminum frames that fit together like Lincoln Logs, panels of different materials depending on where the house might be built — that could be assembled easily by anyone in any location.

Revolution Precrafted Properties is a company that aims to deliver “bespoke, collectible architecture” — small houses and pavilions — designed by big-ticket names within a few months of an order, anywhere in the world. The British industrial designer Tom Dixon created modules from a simple kit of parts — extruded aluminum frames that fit together like Lincoln Logs, panels of different materials depending on where the house might be built — that could be assembled easily by anyone in any location.
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