These Eco-Friendly Homes Are Architecturally Designed & Built In Just 6 Weeks

Dimensions X

What do you get when you pair a planet-conscious architect with an online media entrepreneur? A sustainable smart-home designed for the awakened modern world. 

Pre-eminent architect Peter Stutchbury, and Oscar Martin (Pedestrian TV), are reimagining a future with sustainable & low-cost homes, made to order in just 6 weeks.

Their company, Dimensions X (DimX), creates smart-homes that are planet-friendly, energy-efficient, and recyclable. They’re designed by the world’s most planet-conscious architects and delivered sustainably at the click of a button.

Dimensions X interior

Pretty impressive, right? Whether you’re looking for a new home on an urban block, for a field in the countryside, or a guest house in the garden; these dwellings are as affordable and eco-friendly as they are thoughtfully designed. They’re also proof that a small ecological footprint can still make a big visual impact. 

When it comes to delivery, the Dimensions X ordering process is completely digitised. Conscious buyers are able to select planet-friendly inclusions such as environmental roofs, solar energy, composting & rainwater tanks, beehive, energy efficiency white goods, furniture, smart-home technology, even eco-bedding. 

Dimensions X Sustainable smart-homes

Their homes are constructed using the world’s most sustainable building materials. Cross-laminated timber is carefully chosen for its airtight qualities, energy efficiency, and concrete-like strength. Major components are pre-crafted at an Australian plantation with millimetre precision and delivered directly to the site.

There are 4 standard sizes available for purchase ranging from OM1-1 (one module) to OM1-4 (four modules).

“Our OM1-1 model is a cost-effective, recyclable unit that can be delivered to the site and erected over a six-week period. It comes with environmental spatial and finish options and is the first low-cost pre-fab home that can accommodate a flexible environmental skylight system”, Stutchbury says.

“This system can be adapted to suit orientation providing flexibility over a range of sites. The unit is easily expanded or contracted and integrates with a refined ordering system that facilitates purchaser selection and associated costs”, he said.

Dimensions X range will be marketed from mid-2021 and available as a base model right up to the environmentally managed made-to-order home. The team is currently researching ‘future’ models that aim to challenge the architectural mould.

Need more inspiration?

This Weekend is a sustainable lifestyle guide that’s good for people & the planet — offering  guides on slow travel, sustainable diningconscious brandswellness essentials, and more. Our platform is an everyday guide to living sustainably without compromising the things that matter most.

No Comments Yet

Comments are closed