I have become more and more interested in prefabricated architecture over the years. I realize that this can be a boring subject to some, but I think there are broad and interesting implications that surround the subject. This house by MYCC was built in three months, but assembled on site in three days. On a practical level, you consider the cost and headache saved in having such a controlled environment. On another level, you consider the freedom in design that environment provides. While I'm not holding this project up as the ultimate in prefabrication possibilities, I am encouraged that this idea has taken root with good designers because it will enable them to do more as resources become more scarce.