Allowing for a unique amalgamation of ready-built home design and modular customization, prefabricated cabins and houses continue to experience an influx in popularity, and as the demand for these premade dwellings grows, companies have continued to sprout up in an effort to fill the gap in the market. And one of the most notable additions to this space in recent years is Ecokit, an Australian company offering a slew of unique prefab designs.
Though Ecokit’s models range in size and complexity, they all have a decidedly modern aesthetic and are built with a focus on environmental sustainability, exclusively using FSC-certified wood and high-efficiency/energy-reducing components like insulation made from recycled materials and double-paned windows. Packed and shipped flat, Ecokit offers everything from small, single-room cabins all the way up to full family residences with multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. The Czech-run, Aussie-based outfit sells its prefab homes in one of three stages: barebones; essentials; and peace of mind (aka, move-in ready), with prices starting around $47,000 for the company’s 527sq-ft “Breakout” model (barebones-spec), and going up to just under $500,000 for Ecokit’s 2,600sq-ft “Ambition” model (in move-in-ready-spec). For more information or to view the company’s entire catalog, you can visit Ecokit’s website linked below.
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