Peruvian Architecture studio Arana & Suasnabar Architects have designed a modular housing system that allows residents to easily add extra rooms around the outside of their homes. It is designed in the light of the living conditions that exist in Peru which has been described as the creators as “monotonous and fragmented” social housing neighbourhoods. Each house has a concrete base and central core and is fully equipped with all amenities such as electricity, water supply etc. It has a wooden exterior that can be extended to form extra rooms. They can be made on the same level or on two levels for a bigger family. The houses are placed in a way that creates public space between them, forming a large recreation area for the neighbours.
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