Prefabricated house in Melbourne's City Square can produce more energy than it uses - ArchiBlox has unveiled its prototype for a compact carbon-positive house.

Archiblox launches prefabricated carbon-positive home

Australia’s first carbon-positive prefab house produces more energy than it consumes Carbon Positive House by ArchiBlox – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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Collingwood House – prefabricated house with passive design

Collingwood House is a single-family home designed by Melbourne-based ArchiBlox. Located in the inner urban precinct of Collingwood, .

For this four-module prefab house off the Australian coastline, local firm Archiblox’s aim was “to create an inspiring double height living area with full glazing along the northern façade that could be enjoyed throughout the changing seasons,” according to architect Bill McCorkell. Click through the slideshow for a tour of the light-filled home.

Four module prefab house at Byron Bay, Australia by Archiblox. Modules allow for shifting the house in case of disaster or erosion.

ArchiBlox » Byron Bay

In the kitchen, an island countertop serves as a mixed-use area for cooking, storage, and seating for up to five people. The room opens up to an outdoor dining area. Courtesy of: Archiblox


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