The design is broken into two seperate modules — a practical way to construct the prefab house. A covered deck area separates the two two modules.
The larger of the two modules houses a spacious bedroom, bathroom, laundry and open plan kitchen, while the smaller module acts as a studio — offering an additional bedroom and bathroom, ideal for guests.
A large circle of dense bushland was cleared to give the cabin the illusion of seclusion. The home is positioned in a linear orientation across the centre of the clearing to provide a 360 degree panoramic view of pure landscape.
![Musk Prefab Cabin by Modscape (via Lunchbox Architect)](/images/featured/musk-prefab-cabin/243_Bunker_01x (2).jpg)
The charcoal corrugated exterior in combination with floor to ceiling charcoal joinery in the kitchen, black oak flooring throughout and wood fireplace, creates a unified ambience of light and dark in sympathy with the home’s natural surroundings.
The finishing touch of sustainable hardwood timber decking and fallen native branches incorporated into the pergola adds a unique rustic style, making this two bedroom getaway the perfect place to bunker down for the weekend.
Perfectly proportioned and finished, Musk is a discreet two bedroom getaway is a typical example of the way Modscape tailors prefabricated homes to suit the brief, location and budget.
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