Meet the Remote-Controlled, Rearrangeable, Nearly Net-Zero House

Printer-friendly version
February 13, 2015

Dutch architecture practice UNStudio has designed a home that, literally, can be configured however the homeowner wants.

“It’s flexible,” the firm’s founder, Ben van Berkel, tells Fast Company Exist. “The rooms are designed with no columns in the spaces. If the client wants to turn living rooms in bedrooms or a working environment, that’s all possible.”

Moreover, every electric aspect of the home can be controlled by smartphone, making the house eerily resemble a drawing in a 1950 newspaper article.

Read more

Comments on: "Meet the Remote-Controlled, Rearrangeable, Nearly Net-Zero House"

July 2017

This Month in Professional Builder


Ashton Woods launched Starlight Homes to target entry-level home...

Overlay Init