Zeller & Moye is a Mexican architectural studio who has shared a proposal for Casa Hilo — a rural modular social housing concept.
The project features structures that can be easily expanded to cater to the needs of residents. Moreover, the two main materials that Zeller & Moye employs for the construction of the abodes are adobe brick and concrete, making for a low-cost experience. Each module has a base of 90 square meters — enough space to comfortably house living necessities like bedrooms, a kitchen, an area for dining and a bathroom. If more room is desired, the modular social housing concept allows for "additional blocks [...] to be added [...] to create multi-level stacks or large single-story homes."
Zeller & Moye envisioned this concept for housing laboratory Infonavit.
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