Modular housing has many benefits. Among them include the ability to be setup anywhere with less time and fewer resources than traditional construction. For his Remote House, architect Felipe Assadi took advantage of modular construction to create a remote home located in Región de Valparaíso, Chile.
Though it may be remote, the home is very much connected to its natural, stunning surroundings. It took a mere 45 days to build the 80 square meter home and just six hours to install it on the Chilean seaside. And while it may have been inexpensive when compared to a more traditional home, the Remote House features fine finishes and high-end fixtures, including real pine wood flooring, ceilings, and accents, as well as energy efficient appliances and materials.