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This Flat-Pack Prefab Is Designed With Remote Living in Mind

In Australia, a manufacturer and an architecture firm create an off-grid home that can be broken down and shipped across the world.

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The prefabricated home you’re looking at in these photos is no longer in Tasmania.

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