Peruvian architecture practice Arana & Suasnabar Architects creates a concept for modular housing units that answer to case-dependent needs, spatial restrictions and financial limitations. The idea includes a collection of homes, to which individuals can add extra rooms if the necessity presents itself.
Each house boasts a concrete base and its layout accommodates the essential spaces for living, as well as the necessary frameworks for electricity and plumbing. The core of the modular housing units is surrounded by a wooden terrace. Individuals can easily add walls to the exterior frame, in order to create an extra room that can be used for a bedroom or a living space.
The concept is truly in tune with the flexible architectural movement of contemporary society.