This compact modular home was designed and manufactured by Cube, a pre-fabricated housing company located in Madrid, Spain. Their process for constructing these homes is a little different to the traditional model: various components are assembled on an industrial assembly line and the portable modules are later transported and assembled on site; creating quick, cheap yet wonderful living solutions.
The modules can be assembled in various configurations in an efficient manner which is significantly shorter than conventional construction timelines. It can be deployed for residential, commercial, or public use. Now let's take a closer look at one of these homes, installed and ready to go!
The Cube 75 modular house comprises a mere 75 square meters! Within these tight confines, the client can choose the layout that best suits their needs at no extra cost to craft a comfortable and versatile living environment.
The client can also select the material make-up of their home, on the exterior such material choices include Moka Cream marble tiling, stone finished with a nuanced and water resistant surface, canto grinding stones, and a panel of slate or timber.
The kitchen opts for clean, rational lines and a white finish: all of which are synonymous with the popular minimalist aesthetic. It does deviate from the all-white look, however, spicing things up with some grey square tiles. Stainless steel fittings and fixtures top it all off. The result is simple and crisp.
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The bedroom dons an off-white hue, which some may find softer and more homely that stark white. The bedroom furniture and furnishings are refined, with most of the detail found in the feature headboard.
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The bathroom finds the perfect balance—not too much, not too little—just right! Floor to ceiling, white, rectangular tiles contrasts the grey of the natural stone floor tiles.
Adding an additional hue, the black stained timber vanity is bold and striking.
And how about the glazing that encases the living area? Letting natural light in and views out, the glazing creates a wonderful connection between the interior and the exterior.
On top of that, the glazed doors open onto this wonderful timber deck that is stained black to match the roof element. This covered space creates a perfect transition; the subtle change in level creates a pause, or threshold moment, that separates inside from outside and separates their difference.
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