April 11, 2016
The starting point in designing the Tersio-Dobrauchi gourmet kitchen was a 4-foot-by-12-foot food preparation island that parallels a six-burner gas range. The surface is Italian marble. The 4,500-square-foot residence is a modular home designed by the owners who wanted to explore how completely they could customize the original plan. The house will be open to the public June 11.
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What's behind the growing popularity of modular homes? Recent research shows that a house comprised of architecturally-specific, pre-constructed modules can be assembled on a homeowner’s lot for 10-15 percent less than of the cost of a comparably-sized “stick-built” house.