These seven striking homes are proof of how well prefabs work within the bucolic settings of America’s Dairyland.
With its lush forests, serene lakes, and iconic dairy farms, Wisconsin is packed to the brim with beautiful natural sites that are perfect for building a prefab residence or holiday retreat. Take a look at seven of our favorite designs below.
Stevens Point–based Revelations Architects built this 325-square-foot cabin near Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay as a compact, modular home that allows for flexible furniture arrangements.
Named Experimental Dwelling for a Greener Environment—or simply EDGE for short—the cabin has a minimal environmental footprint, and includes eco-friendly features such as passive solar windows, insulated shutter doors, and rainwater collection.
Designed by Minneapolis-based architect Charlie Lazor, this 1,600-square-foot summer house on Lake Superior’s Madeline Island is mounted on tubular steel posts. It features a screened porch, shed door, and traditional porcelain fixtures that imbue it with a rustic purity.