The house has a spiral structure with its origin at the central courtyard offering varying degrees of privacy. The bedroom and the bathroom are situated behind the courtyard whereas the kitchen and living area are placed around the garage as you look from the entrance.
The inside is defined by a regular grid of 1.5m whose intermediate lines leave gaps for internal walls to be added when needed. Each side of the walls can have a different color/finishing which allows a dramatic change through a simple wall rotation. The beauty of the MIMA houses lies in the fact that despite its standardized construction methods they can be customized in various parameters; no two houses are the same.
Spread wide over an area of 3600 sq. ft this vacation home offers a private beach with a large deck for family gatherings. The house is roomy and has got plenty of space to move around and features 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. It is designed for 10 people to be able to sleep but for an additional fee 2 more small children could be accommodated. Are you going for it?
The appeal of the house is the restrained order of its standardized building parts making it easily adaptable to any new development. MIMA uses prefabricated construction methods the secret for its quick production and low price.
Overhangs are provided to protect the glass from rain and sun. Wherever timber is used it is teak to prevent termite attack. Being located in the forest the main setbacks are humidity and maintenance. However reinforced concrete is used to reduce the occurrence of maintenance.