From Italian design company Subissati comes this wonderful, modern wooden prefabricated house. This Italian prefab home isn’t exactly what you’d expect upon hearing “wooden” and “prefab” in the same sentence. This chic, contemporary house design is the brainchild of architect Roberto Semprini; a sustainable house design born from the notion that the home should be a manifestation of fashion, function, elegance, environmental responsibility and poetry in life. This modern, open concept house design features minimalist interiors with a futuristic edge, because everyday living should be simple, but never be boring. Ultra-modern elements add excitement to these calm spaces, such as the original and innovative staircase. If you’re into eco sustainable homes, check out this Italian prefab home at the Bologna Fair, October 28 to 31, 2009. Subissati.
Posted on October 11, 2009 8:04 PM
The best parts of the house is the furniture, the seed type of furniture is very nice i also love the stairs.
The color of the house i also really like the clean and glossy whiteness of those two things make the
look very sustained and immaculate. The bad parts of the house is the clashing of the furniture and
the actual structure of the house. The round and smooth curves on the furniture is opposite to the house.
The house is boxed square and rough making the two contrast with each other.
Spence age 13
By Spence | November 10, 2009 7:47 PM