Home is not a place: it is a sensation. A sensation has been expertly sculpted into a plot that is beyond human imagination. Michael Jantzen, famous for its beautiful architecture, has designed a “modular and portable feel”. He called it M-House, and it is, in a nutshell, a system that helps instantly renew and transform the casa according to your tastes.
How M-House is made, the modular and "transient" house
The M-house is built with a similarly named operational “platform”, M-vironment. As mentioned, its distinctive feature is that this modular house can be assembled and disassembled at will with the help of a series of rectangular panels hinged to an open space frame grid of seven interlocking cubes. These panels are connected to the cubes in vertical or horizontal orientation.
The "M" of the word "M-house" basically stands, you will have understood, for "modular". Quite a noticeable feature from its futuristic design. The house has a glass-enclosed master bedroom that acts as a living area. It also has a bathroom, a kitchen, a laundry room and a bedroom available. Made mainly with composite panels in painted steel and concrete, it seems the perfect "place" for future generations who dream of living in versatile homes.
Free, dynamic, resistant
M-House is completely fire resistant and powered by energy resources. In addition to its list of features, the modular house also collects and stores rainwater: its insulation panels can eventually fold in and out on open platforms to deflect rain, block wind, and prevent scorching heat.
The entire structure of the modular house rests on a bolted steel frame supported by adjustable legs attached to load-bearing feet. Thanks to its extreme ability to change into any shape and size, M-House can transform itself into whatever you want. It can be a home, an office, a nursery. All.