They are available from WIkiHouseAU.com.au -see Contact and WikiShell -WikiPod, WikiHut & WikiPad below.
Yes you can, though it is important to talk with an architect that understands the WikiHouse system.
Yes, but see our Designs that simplify living.
Yes we have recommended Engineers/BCA certifiers.
The Kits come with Structural Engineer Form 15.
50 Years provided the roof remains waterproof and the termite barrier maintained.
Ex-factory costs are being determined but will depend on the level of DIY effort.
Approximately 10 days for a WikiHut depending on the number of ‘Barn Raisers’
Yes. The panel system was designed to be readily disassembled for pop up booths.
Yes, for any building over 10 Square metres and you will need a current owner builder’s licence in most states.
This will depend on the level of finishes but the structural capacity is superior to normal ‘stick build’.
We recommend CNC Routing Solutions, Southport High School in the first instance- see link to right.
The spans will depend on the depth of the panels but limiting factors could be ‘hand ability’ i.e. what weight can four people lift? However you can simply add more units around an internal courtyard to create an extended house.
Choose one of 3 pad footing designs depending on the geotechnical engineer report’s soil classification. Piers consist of a concrete pad, 75mm galvanised square hollow section, closed at bottom and ‘Hydroseal’ painted and universal adjusting screw cleat at top.
Anywhere a dwelling is permitted. Consider co-housing infill development with like-minded others.
We could say ‘til the last tree is … But realistically composite materials will need to found, which re use scarce resources. In the meantime we ensure that timber sheeting is certified from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) sources.