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Startup selling ‘low cost’ plans to build efficient prefabricated homes

Startup selling 'low cost' plans to build efficient prefabricated homes

Many of us would like to be able to enjoy a prefabricated home, one of them that can be installed almost anywhere, in a simple way, but it also includes all the amenities that we consider necessary in this 21st century. Getting one of them is getting easier. An Internet search is enough to find a large number of companies dedicated to creating luxurious homes that we can buy with a click of the mouse on our computers.

But some innovative firms have gone beyond this. One example is Australian startup Architopia, which aims to make it even easier that everyone can access to one design prefabricated house, Let’s see his story.

The company was born in Australia as an ambitious project to end a serious problem in the prefabricated housing sector, which they refer to as the 95% problem. “In Australia, more than 200,000 new homes are built every year, but Only 5% of these houses are designed by architects, Unfortunately, this means that most new homes built in Australia today are poorly designed, mass produced and energy intensive. This digital platform launched in 2020 wants to overcome this problem Selling Architect-Designed House Plans at an Affordable Price,

For now, the company Offers four versions of plans, all of which are designed to work in a wide variety of environments. Although some models work better in certain orientations and locations, all are Designed to collect its own rainwater and the convenience of heating and cooling thanks to the application of passive house principles.

The simplest models have a starting price of around 1,950 Australian dollars (that’s about 1,200 euros). The Architopia Design package includes various information such as dimensions, specifications, customization options and CAD files., which can then be passed directly into the constructor. The construction cost for each of their four domestic designs is estimated at between 312,000 and 343,000 Australian dollars (which is between 90,000 and 210,000 euros).

With 130 m2, Offset House is the company’s smallest plan, although it has an impressive three-bedroom, two-bath configuration. Three simple sections join together to form two separate wings for living and sleeping. Designed to fit a variety of sites, the living space should face north. Inside, high ceilings and lots of windows let in light and warmth, and natural materials create a cozy feel.

Architopia is one of the models L Shape House, not less than 143 m, It stands for the peculiar L shape that gives it its name. Thanks to this, it provides a clear separation between the two main functions of the house, living and sleeping. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining room, a solarium and a study.

Silvertop House Is Its 160 m2 has everything you need for a functional and adaptable family home, with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a separate study and a living room. It is all surrounded by a versatile green space that provides ample space for gardening and leisure activities.

Finally, and especially suitable for families, At 162 m2, the Courtyard House is the largest model, With a spacious central courtyard, the home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and a farmhouse kitchen. Large windows, natural materials and lots of sliding glass doors, with a minimally cut facade.

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