Prefabs have come so far in recent years with not only cost, but design as well. I love how they’ve gone the way of building enough house for what you need and not just build-as-big-as-you-can, which a lot of traditional builds do. Swedish architect Jonas Wagell began designing the concept of the Mini House several years ago as a weekend retreat or a small guesthouse. The design was simple and similar to a backyard shed. The concept has snowballed, and now he’s joined forces with Sommarnöjen and they’ve created Mini House 2.0.

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Each Mini House ranges from 15 to 70 square meters and comes with prefabricated interiors that are fully customizable.

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Renderings of potential interiors:

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Mini House 2.0: Modern Prefab in main architecture  Category

Photos by Andy Liffner and Lars Petter Pettersen.