Home Lets You Shift Conversation on Sustainability or Shape-Shift Its Walls

Home Lets You Shift Conversation on Sustainability or Shape-Shift Its Walls
Design

The Mo Ventus luxury home features a built-in renewable power plant and walls that appear when you decide

Leo Lutero
  • 7 august 2015

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.

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