Mo House is a solution when you have only limited space to build a house. It presents a minimalist concept and gives a chance for the family to grow.
In a narrower world, people need a smaller settlement, but big in functionality. That is why we love a minimalist house. The concept can suit a limited space while embracing maximum family members inside.
Located in South Tangerang, Mo House presents an affordable, tiny in size, but efficient. It features open space and cleanliness.
People often think about a tiny and white architecture when discussing minimalism. Minimalism is more than primarily white and open space. It is a spirit. A philosophy.
Mande Austriono, the owner of the house, stated that the key is about the appreciation of what we have. When he and his wife wanted to buy something, they consider whether it is essential or not.
The decision has an impact on the design. The house doesn’t look stuffy, and all the things are well-maintained and well-placed.
Mo House is made for a growing family. The rectangular house only contains a pantry in the backside, a living room, a bathroom to separate those two rooms, and a staircase connecting the first floor to the only main bedroom on the second floor.
The bedroom features a loft-style. The white vaulted ceilings give an airier and bigger impression. In the lines between the wall and the roof, the light is permitted to enter.
Even though located on different floors, there is a borderless impression among the rooms inside the house. The master bedroom only features the wired fence so that the people in the living room can see the bedroom and vice versa.
The open architecture doesn’t offer privacy; that is why this house only suits a small family or newlyweds. However, this makes the house looks more spacious.
Someday, a growing family will grow, and they might have a, or some kids. The couple will need a renovation to make a new, more private room.
Behind the pantry, there is a backyard separated with a huge glass. The yard, in the second phase, will be a new room that can be used as a second living room or two rooms for kids.
The dismantling process in the future will be more natural since there is no brick wall. For the new couple who plans to have kids but do not have too much budget for the renovation in the present, this is a good idea.
We love how MO House brings the minimalism in a modern and affordable way, and you who lives in the suburban might enjoy it, too.
Source : archdaily