Today at Decoist we go modular. In fact, these modular homes are so spectacular, we can’t decide what we like best about them! Is it the innovative design? Perhaps it’s the way they lend themselves to green living. Or maybe it’s their ability to maximize space in the most interesting of ways. It’s hard to deny the uniqueness of modular homes.
Below we feature a variety of modular housing options, from long rectangular structures to a two-story home that will impress you with its angular design. There’s something liberating about simplifying your life down the the necessities, yet doing it with oodles of style. Then again, this lifestyle isn’t for everyone. But it’s fun to dream, isn’t it?
Modular Housing from Coodo
We begin with modular housing from Coodo, which features a range of dwellings, from open-air structures to residential buildings. In the foreground below we see Pavilion, which can be used for public events, as well as for private shelter:
Next we have the Mobile Living Unit 28, which comfortably houses two but features two additional beds in case you want to invite guests over to marvel at the amazing design! A polyester facade and a wooden pergola are highlights of this dwelling, which was constructed to hold up in a variety of climates. Yes, this mobile unit can be used as a summer home and located just about anywhere.
Modular housing by Coodo
We now zoom in a little closer to see a detailed view of a Coodo modular home. Note the gleaming glass windows and the modern interior that features a mix of bright white materials and wooden finishes for a stunning contrast. Also eye catching is the use of rounded corners on indoor cabinets, which creates forms that perfectly mirror the shape of the home itself!
Modern modular housing
If we were the woman in the next image, we would be gazing at the beautiful green lawn outside, thanking our lucky stars for the expansive windows that allow for such a wonderful view. And planning a little picnic in the slatted structure outside, which is called Pergola. This shade building can rest beside a home, or it can be a welcome addition to the garden. Optional features (such as a glass roof) allow you to customize the item to best suit your needs.
A Coodo modular home
The interior of a Coodo modular home
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