NOEM have designed and built in 10 weeks this prefab home for a couple in Castellón de la Plana, Spain.
Take a look this amazing prefabricated home…
The architectural design stands out for its simplicity and for a metal frame which marks out the covered areas and provides the appropriate level of design. It is an area defined to cater for all the customs and habits of the occupants, with maximum accessibility and with openings which permit a privileged view. Annexed facilities (swimming pool, barbecue, toilet, and stock) complement the main building and present an array of options for fun, relaxation, and enjoyment.
This construction has been designed combining two prefabricated wooden modules and a terrace which uses a metal structure designed to project the house towards the landscape. One of the modules is for all the facilities and brings together all usable equipment, the bathroom and the kitchen. In the second module, the design is optimized to provide a clear floor that leads onto the terrace and is adaptable to any purpose.
The use of local wood and insulation minimizes the CO2 footprint of the house, and the attention paid to materials selected and to the emissions from paint and other items allows it to be classified as a healthy home. Passive cooling strategies, the LED lights, and dual flow ventilation system minimize the energy expenditure of the construction and ensure thermal comfort.
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