You might think that the most innovative aspect of Austria’s Casa Invisible is its ability to disappear into its surroundings, but it is the home’s groundbreaking mobility that makes it so special.
Dubbed a ‘flexible housing unit’, Casa Invisible can be easily placed, built, disassembled, and moved as the owner sees fit. Designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects, the deconstructable home is a cozy alternative to the critical housing situation faced the world over.
The original unit is compact, measuring in at 14.50 x 3.50 meters once built, but multiple add-ons can be constructed. Every part of the interior (design and even texture) can be chosen by the buyer, making the options for a unique home absolutely endless.
The mirrored exterior of the home, possibly its most unique and eye-catching (if you can) feature allows whichever environment it’s placed in to appear undisturbed and uncluttered.
It’s an inspired idea: in choosing a gorgeous landscape to set your home up in, it goes without saying that you’d want it to remain as unaffected as possible. A large ostentatious home wouldn’t be the best route to take.
Casa Invisible delivers on its promise and allows the natural vistas to take centre stage, while keeping you and your family in the utmost comfort, able to enjoy those views without making too much of a commitment to them.