Resolution 4 Architecture, also known as RES4 Modular, is a modular beach homes builder with a presence in New York. Considered a “prolific” prefab architect, the company has helped design 120+ prefab homes from Hawaii to Maine.
Who is Res 4 Architecture?
RES4 is based in New York City and started with bathroom and kitchen interventions in 1990. The company’s work began to evolve into office, apartment and life renovations, and the main focus was on efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Over time, the company’s focus began to shift and they started to consider off-site construction.
Years of research and development led to the Modern Modular Process, which will be discussed in length in the next section.
In 2003, the company hit its big break:
1. 2003: Resolution 4 Architecture won a prestigious International Competition award for modern prefab homes. The Dwell Home won the award, and it was considered to be the highest profile, prefab in the United States. The home sits in Pittsboro, NC and is one of the prefabs that are said to have “ignited” the US prefab industry. Dwell Home features 5 modules in an L-shape that spans 2,396 square-foot with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
2. 2013: Princeton Architectural Press featured many of the designs, fabrications and completion of projects that RES4 completed in the last 10 years.
Today, the company has been responsible for designing 120 prefab projects from Hawaii to Maine. RES4’s dedication to the industry makes them one of the industry’s leaders, and they’re known as a prolific prefab architecture.