Lekofly 2018

Mulgrave VIC 3170
House Open Style
Guided Tours - Session 1 (12:00pm - 1:00pm) and Session 2 (1:30pm - 2:30pm). You can register for the Guided Tour via the links provided at the end of this page.
Housing Type
Display Home
Project Type
New Build
iBuild Building Solution
iBuild Building Solution
House Size
Number of bedrooms
Number of bathrooms
Open with support of
City of Monash

Lekofly is at iBuilds Melbourne display centre and demonstrates an innovative integrated approach combining TransPack / Lekofly modular components and site-built elements, creating the finished modern stylish building with seamless integration between modular build and traditional sticky build. The Lekofly display home is fire rated, termite resistant, and equipped with state-of-art optical fiber perimeter protection system.

Our Lekofly display centre is awarded Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) 7-Star Energy Rating. On average, our modular homes consume 28% less energy than 6-star rated buildings. This would help save consumers hundreds of dollars a year in household energy costs.

Moreover, iBuild has a unique flatpack transportation model. Each kit and modular home has a stackable design, which could optimize loads and reduce transportation emission.

Prefabrication allows our project to be completed quicker than traditional construction, saving cost and time. This technique also significantly reduces onsite disruptions, such as vehicular traffic on roadside, noise and dust pollution to surrounding residents.

Wherever possible, iBuild’s products use recyclable and sustainable materials, such as LOSP H2 treated and H3 structural treated pinewood, which is environmentally sustainable and versatile for use, and 100% natural Australian made timber cladding, which is termite resistant, fire-rated, zero carbon footprint and has 25-years warranty. Furthermore, iBuild’s modular buildings can be relocated and reused at the end of their lifecycle to achieve sustainability.

Designed and built by iBuild

This house achieved 7.0 Stars using FirstRate5 software, to find out more about the NatHERS (Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme) click here


Years Open
Cost estimate of sustainable home/features
Innovation leads to a lower cost than the cost of the equivalent standard home.
Total cost of home when constructed
Estimate of annual savings
Universal design accessability
Adaptive design
Universal Design Features
Kitchen bench/table for wheelchairs to access (75-85cm high)
Minimum 110cm wide hallways
Power points at 60cm above floor level and 50cm from internal corners
Window openings easily accessible
BAL Rating
BAL – 19: Increasing levels of ember attack and ignition of debris with a heat flux of up to 19kW/m2
Roofing materials
Metal (Colorbond)
Wall materials (external and internal)
Insulated panels or blocks
Window and door types
Double glazing
Recycled and reused
Sustainable materials
1. Termite-Resistant Timber: iBuild's homes are made using LOSP H2 treated and H3 structural treated pine wood, which is environmentally sustainable and used as structural materials. 2. Strongest Softwood: The LOSP H3 beams used for building structure are environmentally sustainable and versatile for use. 3. 100% Natural Australian Made TImber Cladding: iBuild recommends Weathertex cladding, which is 100% Australian made, for the exterior cladding of the homes. It is termite resistant, fire-rated, zero carbon footprint, and 25-year warranty.
Insulation - Ceiling
Type: Bulk - glass wool
Rating: R3.5
Insulation - External walls
Type: Bulk - glass wool
Rating: R1.5
Insulation - Internal walls
Type: Bulk - glass wool
Rating: R3.0
Insulation - Under floor
Type: Bulk - glass wool
Rating: R2.0 (bedroom), R2.5 (bathroom, kitchen Living)
Healthy home
Natural light and ventilation
Victorian residential efficiency scorecard rating
7-Star Rating
All electric home
Passive heating cooling
Water harvesting and saving
Above ground rainwater storage
Type: Watertank
Size: 500L