is a prefab modular
Single-story modern living is here to stay. For the modern couple looking to start a family, this model uses every square foot wisely to create a comfortable family home — sans stairs. Glassy, open concept living creates a space ideal for living and socializing. With the kitchen at the heart of the home, you’ll have sightlines to monitor busy toddlers or sleeping infants while cooking dinner or doing dishes. A spacious master bedroom with double closets and an en suite bathroom sits adjacent to two additional bedrooms. Use one as a nursery and the other as a guest bedroom. At 1,600 square feet, the Connect 5 is versatile enough to fit most urban and rural lots — and everywhere in between.
Up to 6 people
Three Closed Bedrooms
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Acclaimed architect Jared Levy spent his entire professional career designing high-end modern homes that brought the “glass box in the sky” dream to California royalty. His work pushed the boundaries of functional modern design — emphasizing open plans, natural light and indoor-outdoor living. In Jared’s own words, he strives to design homes that “make you feel healthier, brighter, more connected to nature and your place in it”.
In 2004, Jared helped launch Marmol Radziner Prefab alongside architect Gordon Stott. Their award-winning work graced the covers of Dwell, Time, Newsweek and Builder. GQ Magazine praised their work as “Masterpiece in a Box” while their designs became the first modern prefab homes to be published in Architectural Digest.
But somewhere between importing marble from Italy and returning home to their old Californian bungalows, they realized their work wasn’t addressing the needs of the everyday homeowner. While the prefab industry resolved some inefficiencies encountered by traditional homebuilding and remodeling, it didn’t deliver on its potential: offering modern, sustainable design at an affordable price point. The duo was convinced there was a better way.
They spent the next two years developing and patenting a modular prefab system that dramatically reduced construction and delivery costs — costs that have kept modern prefab homes from being both high-end and low-cost. They also focused on simplifying the process by prioritizing transparent pricing and taking project management stress off the homeowner.
Since then, Connect Homes has built a team dedicated to making modern living more accessible by reimagining how we build and buy homes.
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