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Designers Create Adaptive Solution To Small-Scale Living With Mirror-Clad Modular Spaces

OOD House, Andreas, Jaak Tiik, Mirrored Prefab Cabin Modular Architecture
photos ©ÖÖD house

Modular construction continues to gain momentum in the architectural market offering a multitude of benefits. Brothers and design-duo Andreas and Jaak Tiik of ÖÖD house created a modular solution from a personal need. The brothers were seeking small-scale accommodation while on a hiking trip but found that their options were deficient.

OOD House, Andreas, Jaak Tiik, Mirrored Prefab Cabin Modular Architecture
photos ©ÖÖD house

The goal of the ÖÖD house is to create small-scale inhabitable living space that is movable, bold and modern. This idea then transformed to allow the company to expand into a variety of markets, as modular design does, where they began offering the modules in the hospitality or small-scale hotel market as well.

OOD House, Andreas, Jaak Tiik, Mirrored Prefab Cabin Modular Architecture
photos ©ÖÖD house

The prefabricated designs can be installed in just eight hours. Comfort is a major source of inspiration for the company, which allowed them to produce the modular homes with a contemporary exterior and a warm interior design. The exterior is comprised mostly of mirrored glass, which allows the units to blend in seamlessly into their surroundings.

OOD House, Andreas, Jaak Tiik, Mirrored Prefab Cabin Modular Architecture
photos ©ÖÖD house

While the rear facing façade is composed of timber, further allowing the module to adapt to its environment. With the ability of its modular construction, the units are placed in a variety of lush and natural landscapes, requiring the designers to create an adaptable exterior.

As with any tiny or minimalistic living designs the interior was designed with very purposeful storage/built-in wooden elements. Allowing a wooden bed frame, for instance, to expand to offer more sleeping accommodations.
The interior is enveloped in warm natural ash wood accents from the flooring to the wall paneling to the ceilings.

Glass and other wooden partitions are placed throughout the interior to offer separation between various inhabitable spaces.

information and photography courtesy of Inhabitat via ÖÖD house

DISCLAIMER: The following project does not feature Alucobond® aluminum composite material (ACM). The “Industry (Architecture)” section of our blog focuses on extraordinary architectural works from around the world. While this project does not feature our ACM, we have included comparable samples to what was used in the project above.

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