With a rainwater management system and drainage system that seamlessly integrates into the aesthetics of the building, this contemporary modular housing suite (discovered on Design Milk) can be placed almost anywhere. Envisioned by Studio di Architettura Daniele Menichini for the accommodation industry, project GREEN ZERO has a prefab exterior, a solid stone base, and an eye-catching design, inside and out. The aim of such a dwelling is to provide the opportunity of discovering secret elements of green living, without giving up on the emotional side of a holiday.
The concept is defined by the developers as a “a suite entrenched in a sustainable shell to be installed in the woods, at seaside, in the heart of the countryside, or wherever the landscape permits. The module is conceived as a flat surface bending to form a C — sewn on one side with thin metal threads — which enables the project to naturally develop inside the shell“. Entitled “Naturalmente Chic”, this particular unit pays tribute to minimalism, emphasizing on what lies beyond the windows.