Modular Elements House in New Mexico

Modular Elements House in New Mexico

Developed by MOS Architects, the modular elements house has 1543 sqf area and was built by the museum of outdoor arts in New Mexico. The entire idea of this house is to provide off-the-grid living. This home is designed to function independently by employing passive systems such as solar power, LED lighting and recycling water.
The shape of this construction, inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, is suitable in any location, the project being adaptable to a various number of inhabitants.

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