Prefab Pod House Design By Broissin Architects

Broissin Architects of Naucalpan, Mexico designed this three-storey prefab pod for an exhibition at Hacienda la Concepción at Tepotzotlán México. It has a "hydroponia" area on the ground floor, kitchen, living and bath on second and bedrooms on top. It is "ecologically friendly, being made with products comprised 90% recycled material."
Detail from panel; larger version here

The architect writes:

"The shelter could become another option for developing low cost housing with very short building time and could improve the quality of the life for people without access to decent housing."

More at Broissin Architects' Blog; avoid their flashy musical website. Via World Architecture News

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