This house ‘Annie Residence’, designed by Bercy Chen Studio, is located in Austin Texas. It is a prefabricated house style warm, modern aesthetic, as well as being a green building project, a design sustainable. The house was built in the city of Austin for two families living there, why the house is divided into two areas. The property has two buildings that remain connected through a corridor of glass completely central.The design of this construction has been strongly influenced by different regions and cultures, which is particularly evident in the exterior. Both use a cover, as a space of life of the house to the outdoors , and the devices ready for shade derived from the architecture Moorish. While water sources and the spatial continuity between inside and outside the home, are all elements inspired by the architecture Asia. Moreover, the structural transparency of the volumes and the appearance of style minimalist interior is from Japanese flags. The house was inspired by many cultures, has an attractive design with fountains, lots of windows, glass, and is a comfortable home. With regard to construction, the house has a modular structure of steel. This structure is filled with prefabricated panels ‘thermasteel’ (plates of polystyrene with metal edges), with the intention of minimizing the minimum construction waste. In turn, the canopy of shade, trees and blinds on the windows help reduce sun exposure in this house, which also makes the design efficiency. Each row house contains a central core consisting of a steel structure covered by acrylic panels in red or blue. These cores are all the service areas of the home such as bathrooms, kitchens, storage rooms, so you can maximize space efficiency. In addition to focus the bulk of pipes, heating and cooling , systems and electric inside the nucleus, it avoids losing capacity through excessive twisting. The structural frame is exposed, showing the construction process and articulating the facades of the house. The repetitive modular approach and prefabrication allowed for more efficient during the construction of the house.