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Posted By Sarah Rich On November 8, 2005 @ 5:48 am In Architecture,Prefab Housing,Sustainable Building | 1 Comment
Out of Australia, another little prefab with an eco-friendly slant. The Modabode  is a modular structure created for flexibility in size, shape and location. The single-module prototype, called e-Bode, measures just 3.6m x 14.4m, with an internal floor area of 50 sq-m, making it small enough for a beach hut, and versatile enough to be used in customizing a family residence. Modabode offers rainwater catchment systems and solar water heating, as well as energy-efficient appliances and an extra-large cantilevered roof that shades and protects the interior.
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