Designed to be a s single family house, House M is an example of contemporary architecture combining metal structure technology with the functionality and needs of a modern family.
The home is composed of a ground floor of approximately 150 square meters with clear boundaries between the day and night areas. The living area consists of a living room opening to the back yard, with large glazed surfaces and a height of 2 levels, obtained from the opening with the half-level above, in surface of 20 sqm. The access being made by a ladder made from the same type of structure.
The above-ground structure is made entirely from lightweight profiles of galvanized steel, which are anchored in the concrete slab, followed by insulation and finishing. The profiles are made of recyclable materials, they are not treated with toxic substances and because of it’s chemical composition it offers high durability.
Due to the area conditions and orientation of the house towards the south, it was chosen to use solar panels, located on the uncirculated terrace situated above the ground floor, thus ensuring the supply of alternative energy used.