Located in Salem, Oregon, ideabox’s motto is to make “affordable cool and fun houses.” For 20 years ideabox has been designing and building houses. Their goal is to use the prefab housing system to create cost-effective, imaginative, energy-efficient, modern housing with space-efficient layouts and high-quality materials.
They’ve created a Tiny Home starting at 200 SF, called the “Minibox” which provides a variety of different configurations and design options that the buyer can choose. Prices start around $43,000
What I was really attracted to was their project called “Cottages at Camelot.” This consists of five ideabox homes located adjacent to an existing mobile home community in Eugene, Oregon. Check out the sketch, which looks promising! Could this me a 21st Century version of the mobile home park?
The model used is called “Northwest” and starts at 400 SF. Per their website description, “The first thing we did with this design was look for wasted space. Hallways were the first to go. A galley kitchen, opposite a compact full bath, provides a pass-through from the living to the sleeping space. The separated living and sleeping spaces give a nice public/private division.” The typical price is about $78,000. A little pricey for the typical Tiny Home- but for those looking to buy a prefab model, this may be a great option.
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