The home was designed as a “box within a box,” in which two interior structures—an open-plan living space and two en suite bedrooms—sit within its exterior envelope. Inspired by the region’s fiery orange lichen and the indigenous waratah shrub’s bright flowers, the colorful exterior panels are made of heavy-duty galvanized steel to guard from Tasmanian winds, which can reach up to 60 miles per hour.  Photo 2 of 10 in An Off-the-Grid Prefab that Combines Open Plan Living with Rugged Durability