Felipe Assadi, modular home, Remote House, Casa Remota, The Transportable, Chile, Chilean architecture, prefab home

Assadi’s minimal home is mounted on metal pillars on the ground. It has two glazed facades that flood the interior with daylight, while framing the stunning views into the ocean and countryside. As well as glass, the architects used iron and local pinewood to construct both the exterior and interiors’ cladding.

Felipe Assadi, modular home, Remote House, Casa Remota, The Transportable, Chile, Chilean architecture, prefab home

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The geometrical mobile home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms and one living room area with kitchen made up of four modules, each measuring 11 x 20 ft. This size enables the modules to be moved on the back of a truck without a police escort. These modules are prefabricated off-site in 45 hours and assembled onsite in 6 hours, allowing each user to customize their own design. According to the architect, “The project aims to enable the user to configure their own home based on modules and a system that allows connections between these capsules without further instructions.”

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