Element House is a SIPS modular home commissioned by MOA and designed by MOS Architects. Element House was built with the goal of operating independent of public utility services by integrating passive systems that allow for off-the-grid living opportunities in virtually any location. The Element House shape is derived from the Fibonacci sequence, which is a describer of developmental patterns in living organisms. This mathematical series was applied in order to explore the idea of recombinatory growth in building forms and the economics of spatial compartmentalization. Working with the visionary team of Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample of MOS architects, MOA has manifested this concept into reality. MOS designed the home to appeal to consumers with a desire to live in a sustainable, energy-efficient home without compromising personal aesthetics. MOA funded and built the prototype at Star Axis, New Mexico.

  • Created: c. 2015
  • Current Location: Star Axis, New Mexico
 
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