Consolidated Vultee Prefabricated House, c.1947 Los Angeles Conservancy has hailed the find of this lost treasure and has acknowledged its importance to one of the most "unusual and pedigreed chapters in the history of manufactured homes." The House Built in a Factory: Henry Dreyfuss (Designer) & Edward Larrabee Barnes (Architect) Originally built in an aircraft factory, the house is made up of lightweight aluminum panels with a paper honeycomb core. These full-length panels were unique to the design of the house and resembled nothing like the pre-fab houses of its time. A Gem in the Architectural Community: This home was featured in Taschen's Prefab House - 2010. It is referenced in numerous publications documenting the history of pre-fab housing and has been photographed by noted post-WWII architectural photographer Julius Shulman. Quick details: * 1947 Post War, Pre-Fab Aluminum Construction * 17, 220 sq. ft. lot * 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath * New HVAC unit * South Pasadena Cultural Heritage Landmark #51
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