KitHAUS unveils their largest k-series prefabs to date.
More than a decade after debuting their tiny k3 prefabs, Los Angeles–based
“We created the new living spaces in response to client demand for larger structures that would be primary used as ADUs,” explains kitHAUS founder Tom Sandonato, noting that the recent relaxation in ADU regulations and interest in Airbnbs have also fueled demand. “They are small in scale, but big on design and functionality.”
As with all k-series prefabs, kitHAUS’s newest models are constructed with a patented aluminum framing system. The lightweight, modular builds are easy to transport to hard-to-access locations yet strong enough to support large expanses of glazing. The modules can be customized to include baths, kitchens, and a variety of finishes and enhancements.
The number in each k series references the number of 4′ x 8′ or 4′ x 10′ panels used to construct each module, and the modules can be combined to create larger custom-sized units. For example, a k9 build can be expanded into a k12 with the addition of three 4′ x 8′ panels.
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