Mighty House


Mighty House

Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects

This modular house design utilizes 3D printing technology to create an affordable, Net Zero, and mass manufactured dwelling. The affordable price point comparative to typical housing costs, and the speed from purchase to installation are meant to disrupt the housing market in a positive way.

Using cutting edge 3D printing technology developed by Mighty Buildings, this design aims to surpass today’s conventional construction methods and challenges the notion of how our buildings are built in the future.

The Mighty House is designed to be net zero in any configuration/orientation, on any site in California, and includes solar panels on the roof.

The interior of the Mighty House product line designed by the architect features a unique skylight detail that reveals the 3D printed hexagonal roof structure. The casework and detailing of the interior spaces is subtle and contemporary. The house is designed with California Modernist sensibilities and is meant to be a timeless design which will fit various contexts and communities

Key Team Members

Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects, Designe
Mathew Chaney, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP - Partner-In-Charge, Design Team
Jake Weldon - Designer, Design Team
Ji Won Nam - Project Architect, Design Team
Enoch Chow - Project Manager, Design Team
EYRC Works - Mathew Chaney, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP, Architect of Record
Mighty Buildings - Alexey Dubov, Owner
Mighty Buildings - Alexey Dubov, Builder
BuroHappold Engineering - John Rozeluk, Patti Harburg-Petrich, Structural and M/E/P Engineer
BuroHappold Engineering - John Rozeluk, Patti Harburg-Petrich, Sustainability Consultant