MOMA Home Delivery comprises a survey of the history of the prefabricated home and a building project of five contemporary prefabricated houses in the Museum’s Fifty-fourth Street lot. Overall, the exhibition attests to the diversity of procedural, formal, and technological innovation in prefabricated architecture, and illustrates that the prefabricated house is a critical agent in architectural invention, material and formal research, and sustainability. The Home Delivery Installation Journal offers a ‘behind the scenes’ look into the entire process of creating and erecting prefabricated architecture.