Adaptable to the qualities of any site, the INFILL prefab home strives for bettering the environment through the power of economics. The playful black and white colors of the exterior pop into the scenery highlighting the excellent details hidden inside. Designed by John Gavin Dwyer, this super insulated house is made from sustainable materials and has enough space efficiency to last for years to come, at nearly zero utility and maintenance costs.

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