Casa Invisible: The Innovative, Sustainable Housing Solution
Casa Invisible: The Innovative Housing Solution
Casa Invisible, a flexible housing unit designed by the Delugan Meissl Associated Architects architectural studio, is a groundbreaking alternative to conventional housing. This prefabricated wood structure is designed for turnkey implementation at any designated site, offering maximum flexibility and spatial quality.
The open layout of Casa Invisible is structured by a chimney and a wet cell, creating three spatial units that provide for individual use and design. The use of domestic woods characterizes the structure and ambiance of the rooms, providing a warm and inviting atmosphere.
The mounting framework and fitments of the housing unit are exclusively assembled from prefabricated elements at the factory, allowing for uncomplicated assembly and attractive pricing options. The overall dimensions of 14.50 x 3.50 meters provide for easy transportation by lorry, making it possible to choose the perfect location for your new home.
In addition, the design and texture of the interior design and façade can be determined by the client from various options listed in a design catalogue, providing tailor-made design options for the housing units. By combining innovation and mobility at a reasonable price, Casa Invisible offers a unique proposition in an increasingly critical housing situation.
Through modular element construction and the intensive use of wood, the housing units can be completely disassembled, minimizing their environmental footprint. Compared to the cost-intensive and bureaucratic construction of a conventional house, these represent the main assets of Casa Invisible.
In conclusion, Casa Invisible offers an innovative and sustainable housing solution for those seeking flexibility, mobility, and affordability. With its uncomplicated assembly, attractive pricing options, and free choice of location, Casa Invisible stands out as a product that truly offers a groundbreaking alternative in an increasingly critical housing situation.