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A double garage and studio built using the Skylark 250 system.
A new permanent home for the the 2/77th Manchester (2nd Whalley Range) Scout Group.
ING Design Ltd
The first WikiHouse neighbourhood in the world, built using the Swift system.
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A cosy holiday cabin located in a working farm in Dorset.
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A community space in Cotteridge Park. Staffed by volunteers, it’s the base for all the activities that go on in the park.
Axis Design Architects
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Architect: Badral Bayaraa
South Yorkshire Housing Association
The first WikiHouse built by a housing association.
The Gantry at Here East
23 affordable studios and creative work spaces in Hackney Wick, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Huaxia Star Library
A school library at Er-tai primary school in Hebei province, northern China.
Architect: Dot Architects
A 110m2, 3-bedroom home built using the Wren system and entirely self built by the owners. Follow their story
Initially built as a prototype by a group of architects and designers developing WikiHouse in Austria, the structure was disassembled and rebuilt as a permanent mountain escape.
A garage and writing studio built on the west coast of Scotland for a private client. It was assembled in one week by the owner and a group of volunteers working with a local builder.
A community space in Cotteridge
New Malden, UK
Architect: Studio SeArch
Structural engineer: Tisserin
Main contractor: Pulp Build
Digital design: Pulp Build
Manufacturer: Pulp Build
A self build house extension.
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A WikiHouse built on the west coast of Scotland in 2014 using the Wren system.
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