A timber, prefabricated “innovation hub” by Architectus has been named the overall winner of an awards program that rewards innovative education design.
Prefabricated construction is in its infancy but with increasing demand on tradition construction and speed and the sustainability benefits of prefabrication, could this new manufacturing industry change the way Australia builds?
A prefabricated “innovation” building made from engineered timber and designed by Architectus has opened at Macquarie University in Sydney.
The University of Sydney and developer Lend Lease has received a $3 million grant to research solutions for prefabricated multi-storey housing.
NBRS Architecture has created a tiny house village on the NSW Central Coast that will house the homeless.
Architect Ken McBryde and surfboard designer Nev Hyman have created a series of cyclone-resistant prefabricated shelters for a remote community in Vanuatu.
Archiblox’s carbon positive prefab house made the top 10 list for the international Sustainia Award, beating 1500 others.
Japanese retailer Muji has unveiled the designs of three prefabricated tiny retreats to escape the city.
A WikiPod prototype will be created at a workshop next month, paving the way for accessible prefab design in Australia.
A three-day event exploring Australia’s rapidly changing building manufacturing industry
The CRC for Low Carbon Living cites huge benefits in retraining car manufacturing workers for the modular building industry.
Funding for a new training centre will help propel Australia’s infant prefab industry to compete on the global market.
A prefabricated house, that results in a net positive for the environment, lands in the centre of Melbourne.
Poly pods return to SCAF – a lo-tech foil for the hi-tech Trifolium.
A conversation about working from home kick-started ArchiBlox’s affordable prefabricated structure.
One of the summer’s most interesting New Zealand exhibitions is all about – wait for it – prefab buildings.
ARKit has developed a sustainable prefabricated wall-panel system which is economical and quick to work with.
The Australian dream of home ownership has not traditionally embraced prefabricated housing, but could the move toward sustainability change that?