Fast Company's Diana Budds takes a look at a company that's developing prefabricated homes designed by internationally esteemed architects such as Zaha Hadid Architects, Daniel Libeskind, and Jean Nouvel.

Dubbed Revolution Precrafted, the company is based in the Philippines and the homes can be purchased online for around $300,000, not including the cost of land or site preparation.

Before she died in March 2016, renowned architect [Zaha Hadid] created this wood-and-metal pavilion, which can cover an outdoor diSning table or decorate a backyard. The biomorphic form is meant to resemble a bone-tissue pattern. "A house is something you need, but a pavilion is a want," says Antonio. "It’s an art piece, it’s sculptural, and it’s functional."

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