Fincube Prefab Low Energy House

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Studio Aisslinger, designer of the Loftcube, recently unveiled this new modular design for a home that's transportable, sustainable, and low energy, all at the same time.  According to Design Boom, Fincube, a 500 square-foot structure with a kitchen, living space, bedroom, and bathroom, was built with locally sourced wood in Northern Italy and features 360-degree triple glazing windows. 

It's an interesting design.  All the walls and equipment are banished to the middle while the views remain pretty much unadulterated.  What do you think?

[+] Check out Studio Aisslinger.

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Credits: Studio Aisslinger; noticed at Design Boom/MoCo Loco.


  • Anonymous

    I like it. I could retire to the hills and plonk it down somewhere great.

  • http://twitter.com/driftwood78 Shaun Smakal

    It looks quite nice, but seems like it’d only ever be appropriate placed within some unspoiled vista. You’re not going to set this one down in an inner-city neighborhood.

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