The Casa Invisible by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects is a mobile and flexible housing unit constructed from a prefabricated wooden design, made for turnkey implementation at the user’s designated site. “Maximum flexibility and spatial quality” were some of the key factors focused on for the project’s development with its design centered around an open floor plan structured by a chimney and wet cell unit. Separated into three spatial units within itself, Casa Invisible is a modular element construction that caters to the needs of every day living by dividing its space into respective tasks. As the entire process is prefabricated, it can be packed down and moved anyway by means of a lorry with dimensions coming in at roughly 14.50 x 3.50 meters. The tailor-made approach to this project means that clients may design almost every aspect of the house for a cost-effective solution that has a decreased environmental footprint and is an answer to today’s critical housing situation. Despite its mirrored exterior, the invisible aspect of this construction can be translated into its place in today’s environmentally driven society and further cement the product’s flexibility. For more information on Casa Invisible head directly to DMAA’s official website.