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This Off-Grid Prefab Is All About Location, Location, Location

The sleek design from Stockholm-based iOhouse doesn’t rely on utility hookups, allowing you to live in luxury wherever you want.

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The idea for a completely off-grid prefab came to Mario Ojalo while observing urbanization patterns and land constraints during his travels around the world. "I noticed there isn't much habitable land left," he says. "Or, where there is, the land itself is very expensive."

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