The winning design of the Dwell Home Design Invitational, the home was designed by Resolution 4: Architecture, a firm based in New York City. Sixteen architects from the U.S. and abroad were selected to submit design entries to the competition. Since then, the Wieler House has been the subject of national press attention and has received accolades from designers and design enthusiasts. It has been called "the most high-profile modern prefab house in America" by the Washington Post.
The Wieler House is a compelling case study for the marriage of prefabricated construction and cutting edge modern design. In fact, many say it is largely responsible for a resurgence of interest in modern prefab architecture. The magnitude of this interest was manifested when over 2,000 people arrived to view the home during construction in July of 2004. The house was officially completed in April 2005.
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