Movable Vacation House Constructed Using Concrete Boxes

Movable Vacation House Constructed Using Concrete Boxes
Design

The 4,000 square foot building is made up of modular frames so it can be relocated if needed due to coastline erosion

Emma Hutchings
  • 29 august 2016

Canadian architect Peter Rose + Partners built a house in Chilmark, Massachusetts that takes the form of a collection of concrete boxes. Located along Martha’s Vineyard coastline, East House has ten-inch thick concrete walls and sustainably harvested Spanish cedar window frames.

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