Wow. The LA Times' Peter Viles breaks the news that architect Leo Marmol is selling his prefab Desert Hot Springs home. It's listed for $1.85 million. Marmol tells Viles he's selling the home, which the architect has used as a weekend house since 2005, because he's designing another prefab home in Venice. As the story points us, Marmol's much-lauded desert home helped fuel the trend of factory-built prefab housing.
· Marmol's 'Prefabulous' Desert House for sale [LA Times]