Modularing House By A-cero Makes Luxury Living More Affordable


Architecture is led into an interesting direction by the A-cero Studio, directed by Joaquin Torres. Just like Henry Ford, the industrialist who turned the production of automobile in a mass production, A-cero wants to put the bases of the Industrialized Construction. Not only that A-cero wants to develop more this side of architecture, but it also comes to help people get affordable houses without sacrificing quality of design.

Modularing House is the first of that will be offered on the market as prefabricated products. A sleek black turns the whole look into a very glamorous, even luxurious one. The black and white color palette contributes to this appearance for the interior, only the children’s bedroom being abounded by colorful circles on the walls and floors.

The residence is surrounded by glass walls, permitting natural light to fill in the spaces for a more ambiance. In the back of the house a small terrace with white furniture is arranged, continuing with a swimming pool and additional deck for lounge chairs.

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