Collection by Luke Hopping

These Eco-Friendly Prefabs Are Totally Off-the-Grid

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Simple and sustainable, these off-the-grid prefabs demonstrate how easy it can be to leave it all behind.

Architect Jesse Garlick’s rural Washington vacation home references its rugged surroundings.
The restrained 820-square-foot interior is defined by the angular ceiling.
Built of prefabricated modules, the house is a comfortable, loft-like design that can be constructed easily.
The design consists of three layers: an energy-efficient, insulating structural envelope, an integrated building...
Each prefabricated unit is covered in aluminum but built from SIPS: Structurally Insulated Panels that consist of thick...
The aluminum-clad structure consists of several prefabricated units joined to make a three-bedroom residence, complete...
Upon his first visit to Tasmania, an island south of the Australian mainland, resident David Burns was immediately...
The home was designed as a “box within a box,” in which two interior structures—an open-plan living space and two en...
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