This prefab house with a lush green roof was built in six weeks

With a construction time of just 6 weeks, ArchiBlox were able to create this two bedroom prefab home in Australia.

Photography by Michael Wickham

 

With a construction time of just 6 weeks, ArchiBlox were able to create this two bedroom prefab home in Australia.

 

With a construction time of just 6 weeks, ArchiBlox were able to create this two bedroom prefab home in Australia.

Photography by Tom Ross

The home, which was prefabricated offsite, is wrapped in FSC certified external blackbutt hardwood timber milled from sustainable forestry methods.


This home, which was prefabricated offsite, is wrapped in FSC certified external blackbutt hardwood timber milled from sustainable forestry methods.

Photography by Tom Ross

The house has a living green roof that minimizes rainwater runoff and solar penetration. The green roof also acts as a thermal mass.

The front porch wraps around to the back of the home that overlooks the beach and ocean below,


This prefab home has a living roof that minimizes rainwater runoff and solar penetration. The green roof also acts as a thermal mass, and an east-west orientation that allows cross-ventilation.

Photography by Michael Wickham

Inside, the living room features custom built cabinetry that combines shelving, storage and a desk.


This living room features custom built cabinetry that combines shelving, storage and a desk.

Photography by Tom Ross

The dark blue kitchen is brightened up with white countertops and colorful pops of orange.


This dark blue kitchen is brightened up with white countertops and colorful pops of orange.

Photography by Tom Ross

In the bathroom, a large window provides an uninterrupted view of the ocean and beach below.


This bathroom has a large window that provides an uninterrupted view of the ocean and beach below from the bath.

Photography by Tom Ross

Of course, with any house this close to a beach in Australia, there’s always a spot for surfboards.


This prefab home in Australia has a storage space just for surfboards.

Photography by Tom Ross

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