The Mo Ventus Sustainable House is Equipped with Moving Walls

By: Christopher Magsambol - Aug 13, 2015
References: psfk
The innovation behind the Mo Ventus sustainable home is twofold, a system that allows for moving walls and the project's in-house power plant.

The home's walls are made of different materials that each serve a specific purpose. Some are used as insulation, while others allow air to cool the home and expose views to its surrounding topography. All the walls can be controlled within the home and its massive solar panels are also used to gather power. The Mo Ventus is shaped like a funnel and is meant to accelerate wind and increase power input.

The Mo Ventus is ideal for remote areas and islands with no electricity. Although elements of the sustainable home have been adapted by architects, similar structures of its stature and size have yet to be created.