DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING

DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING | Located in new mexico, MOS architects, architects from New York, have designed a top project named the ‘element house’ funded and built by the museum of outdoor arts. The SIPS (structural insulated panel) home is a single entity, designed to function independently by LED lighting and recycling water.
DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING
DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING
DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVINGDESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING
The SIPS construction is a top project with the aim to operate independent of public utility services. The series of numbers was applied in order to explore the idea of recombinatory thinking in building forms and the technique of spatial compartmentalization. On the inside each module seems to grow outwards, angling away but still connected to each other. They direct natural light which filters through the skylight into the internal spaces.
DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING
The SIPS construction is a top project with the aim to operate independent of public utility services. The series of numbers was applied in order to explore the idea of recombinatory thinking in building forms and the technique of spatial compartmentalization. On the inside each module seems to grow outwards, angling away but still connected to each other. They direct natural light which filters through the skylight into the internal spaces.
DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING
The form is derived from the fibonacci sequence, which is a describer of developmental patterns in living organisms allowing rapid design adaptability, the energy efficient prototype can expand and adapt to the number of inhabitants, all the while, retaining the typography of a home.
DESIGN PROJECTS: MODULAR ELEMENT HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING | Located in new mexico, MOS architects, architects from New York, have designed a top project named the ‘element house’ funded and built by the museum of outdoor arts. The SIPS (structural insulated panel) home is a single entity, designed to function independently by LED lighting and recycling water.

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