We instantly fell for these minimalist modular units envisioned by Kranj-based design studio Coodo! In short, a coodo is a frame with nicely rounded corners whose walls are made of glass with the heating, cooling, installation, and power systems concealed in the walls, floor and ceiling. The most appealing feature of the project (initially discovered on Adelto) is that owners can place the unit wherever they want- on water, on a meadow and so on- and that the inner spaces can be personalized design-wise.
The concept derived naturally from a social need: “At present we are noticing growing changes in people’s lifestyles that call for new forms of dwelling. The space is becoming more and more valuable and residential architecture is rapidly changing, from building classic family houses to making smaller prefabricated residence buildings that are thoughtfully designed, made of excellent contemporary materials and have much greater connection to nature surrounding it. In such spaces the quality of life improves immensely”, explained the designers. Coodo is highly customizable and is currently available in five versions: multifunctional pavilion, pergola, summer kitchen, mobile living units and residential building.