Ever imagined a house that can be uprooted and planted again anywhere in the woods? Or even meadows and mountainsides? Sounds like a dream, we know. Not really, as we have managed to set sights on such an amazing house in Bozen, Northern Italy. Named Fincube, the structure stands at a height of 4,000 feet above sea level , and thereby provides a magnificent view of the Dolomite mountains yonder.
The modular home can be easily taken apart and rebuilt in a new location. Designed by Berlin-based studio Aissilinger, the Fincube is made of local wood. With a minimum design and material having gone into its making, the house connects with nature awesomely well.
The building has been imparted a rare elegance and modern outlook with the a360 degree glazing provided. In order to make life trouble free and easy, the designers have made sure that all vital functions of the house are controlled by a central touch panel. So, that makes the Fincube a smarter home too. What do you guys think? (from mymodernmet)