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These prefabricated houses take a few days to build and are completely carbon-neutral

'Prefabricated houses' or 'prefab houses' could be the future of American housing. Image: REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

Michael J. Coren

Reporter, Quartz

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Node’s Sequoia Series homes (not yet available) are an example of prefabricated houses built in a factory
Node’s Sequoia Series homes (not yet available) are an example of prefabricated houses built in a factory Image: Node

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With prefabricated houses, Node is creating aspirational homes of the future
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