Eco Modular Homes
Thoughtful design meets resource efficiency to power sustainable living
Ecoliv design and construct award-winning modular prefabricated homes and commercial buildings. Established in 2008, to meet a need in the market for a truly sustainable building option, our team specialises in creating architecturally sophisticated, environmentally responsible, affordable and resource-efficient buildings.
Offering a range of facade options, along with cladding, window design, internal fittings and colour selections, each Ecoliv structure is remarkably unique. From single and double storey homes to studios, extensions and multi-residential developments, our contemporary, flexible modules are built for functionality, resource-efficiency, cost-effectiveness and sustainability.
Adaptive and responsive, Ecoliv buildings provide long-term affordability. They are perfect as the family home, a downsize, extension or commercial premises. No matter where you are in Australia, we can transport our affordable homes to your site – over land or water. In fact, we’ve delivered homes to Tasmania via The Spirit of Tasmania and to French Island in Victoria via a barge.
Offering a range of resource-efficient elements as standard inclusions, Ecoliv designs and builds for sustainability. With each new building achieving a minimum 7-star energy rating and including a 1.8kw solar power system and 10,000 litre water tank to each new home, we take every opportunity to reduce our impact on the natural environment as well as human health.
With no hidden costs or unexpected extras, choosing Ecoliv for your next home or commercial space is a wise financial and environmental investment.
Eco Studio Display Home
Combining open plan living with compact eco luxury features the Eco Studio is well suited for a number of different purposes such as a functional studio space or a unit for dependant living. From our Eco Design Range the Eco Studio includes both kitchenette and bathroom, a window bench seat and decking to make the most of your surrounds.
Modular Homes – Recent Projects
Situated on the banks of the Mowamba River in the Snowy Mountains NSW, the Jindabyne site is set in a secluded valley on 120 acres of bushland. The brief for
Constructed to meet the highest Bush Fire Assessment level BAL FZ Flame Zone, this home on the NSW coast is protected from the threat of bushfire without compromising aesthetics and
Heyley Project Who doesn’t love to escape to the beach? The Heyley project is geared toward creating a haven from the hectic pace of day-to-day life. Situated only a short
Ivanhoe Project This two story design will capture city views from its leafy urban site and utilise sustainable materials in its construction. The design has carefully considered the sloping site
Phillip Island Project 1 The brief for this project on Phillip Island was to accommodate a retired couple and their children’s growing families for their holidays. To maximise ocean views
San Remo Project This striking home, overlooking Bass Strait, engages the environmental qualities of the site to capture natural light and draw on the use of sustainable materials and construction
Off Grid Living
French Island Project Architect designed by Lai Chong Brown, the brief of this project was to build a new farmhouse on rugged French Island in the middle of Victoria’s Westernport
Off Grid Living
Ventnor Project 2 Designed to accommodate a family of four, this home emulates the natural colours of the rural surrounds, with the façade blending seamlessly within the eucalypt setting. The
Off Grid Living
Eco Grid 1 Caring for the planet and reducing the environmental footprint of your home doesn’t mean you need to live in a rustic cabin on a remote bush block.
Inverloch Project 3 This alteration and addition project provided a stylish new master bedroom, ensuite and multi-purpose room to an existing weatherboard home. The module was elevated to accommodate the
Phillip Island Project 2 This existing home was well overdue for renovations. Unable to accommodate a growing extended family, the client requested a major overhaul to ensure future holidays were
Hampton Project The Hampton project brief was to create a new living/dining/kitchen, bedroom and ensuite within a contemporary and contrasting façade to the existing 1920’s California Bungalow. The modular prefab
Gladstone Project This compact display suite was built in the Victorian Ecoliv construction facility and transported to Gladstone in Queensland to provide a sales base for ‘The Sands’ development. The
The Diggers Club Project Following a devastating fire which destroyed the existing restaurant at the Diggers Club, the new 2 modular building embraces the existing earth wall façade, creating a