Ecoshelta has been developing and deploying pre-fabricated modular building systems since last century. We are the forefront of the practical implementation of new technological developments across the many fields of construction, we use state of the art alloy frames, structural insulating panel systems, responsibly sourced timber, plantation bamboo and E0 plywood systems.
The Ecoshelta system has been designed and developed over the last three decades by Stephen Sainsbury Architect, an award winning environmentally responsible architectural practice.
We specialise in environmentally and ecologically sound, beautiful places to shelter, undertaking the building process in the belief that environmentally aware buildings can be luxurious, inspiring and beautiful places to live, work and play.
Ecologically sensitive buildings will come to symbolise a more mature, environmentally aware culture. We are willing to go the extra distance to ensure that our buildings are as ecologically accountable as we can achieve.
Each Ecoshelta pod has a fully modular frame and SIPS panel based floor, wall and roofing systems that allow for a wide range of choice in roof forms, room layouts, wall door and window positions and room fit-outs. The frame is tough, robust, strong and resilient. Ecoshelta e.pods and smaller tough.pods (t.pods) can be built anywhere, responding responsibly to the place and owner’s requirements.
The single tough pod and e.pod cabin is a rapid deployment simple building and we can have one on a site in a matter of days.
The two e.pod with two side extension cabin is suitable for backyard compliant granny flats, remote area cabins and ecotoursim accommodation.
It’s a big day for Ecoshelta, with our new website going live. There are extensive updates to our FAQs and Design pages with links to some great contemporary technologies we are now using in our new series of e.pods. We are also getting settled into our new Stanmore workshops and will be having an open day Read More »
Two pavilion 6 e.pod with 2 extension dwelling on a sloping coastal site. This pavilion was constructed using an alternate laminated structural timber frame and site constructed frame, cladding and lining and included a lower floor masonry element.
Two pavilion e.pod small house on a rock strewn cliff face site heavily treed with mature Angophoras that have all been retained and the building worked around the existing site features. The footings are directly on the natural rocks. Extensive screened louvred glazing and natural stack ventilation strategies.
First two e.pod cabins with ensuite extension for a beachfront resort on an island close to the main island of Vanuatu. The transport of all parts and fit out in sea containers from Sydney to the local port with all parts ferried to the remote island site by local canoe. An Ecoshelta supervisor trained and Read More »