Bali-based architect Alexis Dornier has developed a series of prefabricated homes that can easily be taken apart and reassembled in a new location. Stilt Studios
are environmentally friendly prefabricated villas that can be erected
in a variety of different places without causing major damage to the
landscape. The elevated structures have a minimal physical footprint,
and have other sustainable features that include large overhangs
designed to reduce solar-heat gain, rainwater harvesting, cross
ventilation, and energy-generating solar panels. It is also envisaged
that food could be grown underneath the buildings. Dornier is currently
developing a series of different typologies and facades, all
customisable in shape and material, so that the buildings can serve a
range of uses. He also suggests that multiple units could be connected.

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