Tetra Shed is a project by architect David Ajasa-Adekunle, a member of the studio Innovation Imperative, Looks like work space and modular
ecooler, the draft Mey and Boaz Kahn, is a kind of system of tiles connected by fittings creating a cooling grid that works by evaporating the water. The aesthetics of the project is that of one of the two landmarks of the Middle Eastern tradition used in this project: the Mashrabiya, an element
The idea is based on a system composed of different volumes in which each of them represents a program or a cluster of it (bedroom and bathroom, kitchen, etc.) and the customer is able to distribute them on the ground creating all kinds of space and connection that you prefer. The catalog on the left is showing, from the left, the growth of the house, from point 1 to point 5, and from top to bottom, 3 of the almost infinite distribution possibilities of the house.