Home Lets You Shift Conversation on Sustainability or Shape-Shift Its Walls
The Mo Ventus luxury home features a built-in renewable power plant and walls that appear when you decide
Mo Ventus is a concept home with a built-in renewable power plant and walls that appear on command. Todd Theodore Fix of FIXd Architecture/Design is rethinking definitions of sustainability in the home by designing an off-grid, zero-net-energy villa.
Mo Ventus is made up of two main segments. The first segment is Mo from the latin word for motion motus. The Mo structure houses the living room and a suspended dining room. The name is taken from the walls that slide on the structure on command.
These walls are made of different materials that serve different purposes. While one can bring insulation, another can let the breeze and 180-degree views inside the house.