This beautiful prefab house by Antony Gibbon Designs is made up of six modules that can be configured in an endless number of ways. Each unit has one or more open sides that can be attached together, providing the opportunity to build an incredible variety of layouts. The closed sides of each module are clad in charred wood siding for an elegant, low-maintenance facade.

Moduu House, Antony Gibbon Designs, prefab housing, charred wood, timber cladding, modular design, green architecture, floor-to-ceiling windows

Moduu House, Antony Gibbon Designs, prefab housing, charred wood, timber cladding, modular design, green architecture, floor-to-ceiling windows

Called the Moduu House, it is comprised of six different variations of a single staggered form. Each module measures 2.5 x 2.5 meters with one or more sides ‘open’ to allow each unit to be connected onto another increasing the interior space. The structures can be connected in a wide variety of spatial sequences to create the house you want.

Moduu House, Antony Gibbon Designs, prefab housing, charred wood, timber cladding, modular design, green architecture, floor-to-ceiling windows

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Traditional Japanese charred wood cladding known as Shou Sugi Ban cover the exterior of the house, giving it a natural appearance. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow ample natural light into each structure, with the option of adding sliding doors for direct access to the terraces, also available as modules.

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