Rialto, California, USA
Plant Prefab’s LivingHome 10 is a 496-square-foot tiny house packed with onboard smart tech.
Plant Prefab, a Southern California-based construction company specializing in prefabricated residential design completed this first accessory dwelling unit (ADU) designed by its in-house design studio.
LivingHome 10 is a 496-square-foot tiny house packed with onboard smart tech.
The modestly-sized ADU tucks storage away using built-in furniture with concealed handles that make them imperceptible upon first glance.
The self-contained living space includes a full-sized kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom large enough for a queen-sized bed, and a living room that spills out into an optional deck via a multi-slide glass entry.
It’s designed to slot into dense urban environments, so it’s ideal as a rental property or guest
The design for LivingHome 10 came a year after Plant Prefab commissioned Yves Béhar to design the LivingHome 1, a fully-customizable ADU.
While the lowest asking price for “Yves Béhar LivingHome 1” was over $296,000 when it was first debuted, LivingHome 10 is nearly half the price at $154,000.
Like every LivingHome, the LivingHome 10 is designed to meet net-zero standards and ships complete with best-in-class smart home technology and energy monitoring.
It features a compact plumbing and mechanical core that allows the unit to be delivered and assembled on almost any property, then quickly and easily connected to on-site infrastructure.