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Delugan Meissl Associated Architects has designed the ‘Casa Invisibile’, a prefabricated wood structure, a Flexible Housing Unit that can accommodate your daily basic needs while being easily movable to whatever location your heart desires.The main focus of the architect has been the malleability of the structure and the wide variety of layouts and finishing materials a client could choose from. The example below opted for a glass facade that allows its inhabitant to hide in plain sight and reflect the surrounding environment while feeling safe and in complete privacy.
You could choose to place this small home in a natural scenery and admire incredible views.
The interior design works a simple scheme, with a Scandinavian design line and a simple basic color pallet with natural woodish tones and some contrasting accent pieces.
The fireplace is a key element of this prefabricated home, offering coziness and warmth no matter the location.
A wonderful example of preserving the natural sights unaffected whilst keeping in touch with the beauty earth has to offer.
Image courtesy of © Christian Brandstätter
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