PAF Architecture, LLC

PAF Architecture, LLC

Loq-kit Scholarship, Press, and Student Reference

Coming in 2018

  • PAF Architecture launches GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for extruding the aluminum lineals needed to produce a prototype Generation 3 interchangeable wall assembly - date to be announced.
  • Loq-kit Generation 3 wall assembly and prototype House 3 drawings are ready for pricing - February, 1.




  • Loq-kit featured in book Sustainable Prefab Design. Robert Mendel. Representative of the "leading edge" of innovative affordable prefab.
  • Loq-kit featured in book – Cradle to Cradle Home Design: Process and Experience by Anna Marshall-Baker, PhD, FIDEC and Lisa M. Tucker, PhD, AIA, LEED AP, ASID, IDEC - 2012
  • Rhode Island School of Design interior architecture graduate student includes Loq-kit as case study in paper Adaptable Architecture for Sustainable Development: Modular Building Innovation. Fall Semester
  • Loq-kit featured in book The Experiment and Practice of Ecological Architecture. Tianjin University Press. Home Design Series.


  • University of Calgary Environmental Design Senior Studio includes Loq-kit as precedent of kit-of-parts approach to prefabricated design. Fall Semester.
  • North Dakota State University student adapts Loq-kit interchangeable parts and concepts to multi-family housing for thesis project titled – Adaptable Spaces for Changing Paces - Fall, 2011
  • Loq-kit featured in South African blog Zululand – Eco Housing Mass Produced - July, 2011



  • Loq-kit featured in book Prefab Agenda, Sustainable Dwelling Design for the 21st Century. Robert Mendel
  • Loq-kit featured by Coming – Loq-kit Indicates That Some Big Changes are on the Horizon – May 20
  • PAF Architecture submits SBIR Proposal to US EPA for Green Building Materials and Systems research funding – Title: Targeting Zero Waste with Lifecycle Service: An affordable Way to Build (and Rebuild) Houses. – May 15
  • Patrick Freet interviewed by student at the Plymouth College of Art and Design in Devon, England for magazine focused on eco design and architecture. – April 7
  • Two University of Minnesota architecture students give extensive presentation of Loq-kit concepts and design solutions to their Architecture and Ecology class. – Spring Semester.




  • Exhibitor, 2006 Homes for All! Convention, St. Paul, Minnesota – December 6.
  • Loq-kit concept studied as precedent of emerging house assembly technology by the World House Project studio at George Brown College's Institute without Boundaries. Toronto, Canada. – Spring Semester


  • Loq•kit 6-way connector featured in Illinois Institute of Technology paper “House of the Future” in December.
  • Article Snap-on Homes, Midwest Home Magazine, June/July 2005.
  • Loq-kit C2C Home featured by AIArchitect: Cradle to Cradle Keeps a Green Home in the Loop. Russell Boniface. March.
  • The TH Interview: Gregg Lewis, Organizer of the C2C Home Competition - article. January 20.
  • First annual Minnesota Cup Semi-Finalist – June 30. The Minnesota Cup is a state-wide business plan competition seeking creative “breakthrough ideas” capable of adding to the ongoing vitality of the state’s economy.
  • Shown at the Art Museum of West Virginia C2C Home Exhibition, January–March.
  • Awarded second place in the highly publicized Cradle to Cradle Home international sustainable design competition in January. The competition received more than 625 design submissions, with thousands of participants from 41 countries worldwide.