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Wall Street Journal on Prefab

by Marshall Mayer last modified Jan 04, 2012 12:05 AM
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Welcome to all Wall Street Journal readers who are visiting LiveModern as a result of the "Upwardly Mobile Homes' article that appeared in today's Weekend Journal.



In an article subtitled Can a prefabricated house be 'architecture'?, authors Nancy Ann Jeffrey and Nancy Keates write about "the push to turn houses that come on trucks into objets d'art."

In case you do not get the Wall Street Journal, you'll have to run out and get a copy. The Journal does not allow online access to archived articles unless you are a subscriber.

There are lots of resources on LiveModern about the LV Home, a prefab home designed by Rocio Romero that is featured in the article. Be sure to review the LV Home FAQ.

If you would like additional information about the LV Home, or want to receive periodic email updates about the LV Home, please email Marshall Mayer, authorized sales representative for Rocio Romero, LLC.

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