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pequeñas grandes casas — or ‘little big houses’ — is an ongoing initiative by PKMN architectures that seeks to maximize the living dimensions of small residential properties. casa MJE is one such project, where the architects have installed a rotating central unit, whose position delineates the home’s internal layout. designed for maria jose and enrique, a couple who live in mexico, but travel a lot in europe, the apartment serves as home for both the couple, and when necessary, their extended family. the dynamic wall allows the home to be readily transformed, capable of adding either one or two bedrooms in less than a minute. watch the video below to find out more.
authors: PKMN architectures / pequeñas grandes casas
clients: maría josé garcía and enrique zepeda
collaborators: alessia mansutti / carol p. linares / elena cantoni / alicia coronel
location: salinas, asturias (spain)
construction: construcciones teito 2002
carpentry: alfredo merino caldas. cantimpalos
photography: javier de paz garcía
video: javier de paz garcía + PKMN
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