Sunday, 1 March 2009

FlatPak house Prototype - Minneapolis, MN

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FlatPak house Prototype - Minneapolis, MN, upload feito originalmente por FlatPak House.
Joel koyama/Star Tribune
This view looks toward the Minneapolis bikepath and is located under the skyway.
FLAT1012 What's it like living day-to-day in a house that's also a national fishbowl of modern design? We find out by snooping around at the Flatpak house of Minneapolis architect Charlie Lazor. The sleek prefab 2,600-square-foot house, built in 2004 along the Kenworth bike path in Minneapolis, has been featured in Dwell as well as other magazines because of its trend-setting construction techniques combined with its sophisticated modern lines in glass, wood and concrete. And while Lazor lives there with his wife, Zelda and their 2 children, the house also serves to promote his business and design ideals. People from around the U.S. and the world have trooped through it, and Lazor is now partnered to offer prefab modern home designs through Dwell magazine. Focus is on interior design, which Lazor did, using mostly furniture from Design within Reach and his former firm, Blu Dot Furniture.


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