In Mexico's Valle de Bravo, a modular micro-housing project in wood and steel has been designed to offer optimised spaces with comfort and style
In Mexico's Valle de Bravo, a modular micro-housing project in wood and steel has been designed to offer optimised spaces with comfort and style

The Valle de Bravo project is a prototype of modular micro-housing made of wood and steel which can be used in any context: a complete housing module with living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom in the smallest possible space

To minimise environmental impact by creating a micro-housing model that can be used in any natural environment, the focus of Revolution Architects' project was on finding a super-optimised internal distribution of spaces that can be repeated in every prototype, while the construction materials and external and internal finishes may vary in relation to the place where the housing module is to be installed

In Mexico's Valle de Bravo, a modular micro-housing project in wood and steel has been designed to offer optimised spaces with comfort and style

To make the space of the micro-housing module as efficient as possible, Revolution Architects has chosen verticality: the bathroom and bedroom areas are positioned one above the other; the kitchen is adjacent to the bathroom to unify and reduce the size of the installations; opposite this block of services+bedroom is a living room with a wide area thanks to its double height and the glass façade it faces

In Mexico's Valle de Bravo, a modular micro-housing project in wood and steel has been designed to offer optimised spaces with comfort and style

The interior of the module is projected outwards with a terrace where you can enjoy your surroundings. To develop a more efficient building enclosure, the designers designed a steel frame structure, which is covered with cosy cedar wood both inside and out

In Mexico's Valle de Bravo, a modular micro-housing project in wood and steel has been designed to offer optimised spaces with comfort and style

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