Casa Invisible is a small house with quite a unique exterior. The mirror-like windows cover the entire structure from the outside so that it completely blends in with the surrounding countryside. It’s designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects as a modular, prefabricated housing unit.
“Casa Invisibile is a product that offers a groundbreaking alternative in an increasingly critical housing situation,” explained the architects. This house was developed as a response to “cost intensive and bureaucratic construction of a conventional house.”
The company made two prototypes and installed them in Slovenia. They measure 14.5 meters x 3.5 meters. The best part about these dimensions is that it can be easily transported on a lorry. Also, the house uses prefabricated timber which makes it cost efficient. Another key feature is the fact that it’s made of separate modules, allowing it to be completely disassembled.
As for the interior, the future resident can choose from various design options. This is great because every person can customize it according to their needs. Only one thing is certain, it will most definitely include plenty of local wood that can later be disassembled for recycling. “The most important aspect of developing the Casa Invisibile was the minimal footprint it leaves in the countryside”.
Let’s talk about the organization of rooms. There are three modules and they can be configured in different ways. This means you can arrange where you want the kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom to be.
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