A house of wood and … invisible
The architecture workshop Delugan Meissl has developed a modular prefabricated wooden house whose main characteristic is that it can be invisible, if that is the option of future owners. Austrian architects say that the house can be tailored to the wishes of buyers, with different materials and price.
According to Delugan Meissl, this Casa Invisibile was designed with a view to its flexibility and quality of space. The fact that the design is customized gives customers the freedom to choose various facades, materials and sizes, adapting different tastes and budgets.
All the houses are easily erected and dismantled, being transported by trucks to the place desired by the client. Inhabitat explains That the interiors have a lot of natural light, are minimal and are built of wood – furniture is optional.