A super adaptable tiny home that can be arranged in 20 ways has gone into its production phase in Italy.
First presented at Milan Design Week in April 2019, Casa Ojalá is the handiwork of architect Beatrice Bonzanigo, and its patented design is reminiscent of a yurt. The flexible structure measures just 27 sqm but can be configured in 20 layouts thanks to sliding walls and fabric partitions, operated by a system of ropes and pulleys.
The off-grid wooden cabin comprises two bedrooms, a bathroom and living space, and is being fabricated in Italy. It features a rainwater collection system and solar panels and doesn’t require foundations, mean the hut can be installed anywhere.
A general contractor based in Lissone, outside Milan, is making a full-scale prototype of Casa Ojalá, which will be transported to the Italian countryside in the autumn. It is already available for pre-order on the company’s website with price on application.