MO House by FRPO (Rodriguez & Oriol Architecture)
by Ted Savage / January 24, 2013
A family home on the outskirts of Madrid that literally weaves through the trees, MO House by FRPO (Rodriguez & Oriol Architecture) combines simple forms with complex geometry and computer-driven fabrication, to achieve the unexpected.


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Eleven pods are connected at challenging angles, made practical by lightweight cross-laminated timber components, CNC-milled to exacting specifications. Rooms are arranged according to the natural flow of the inhabitants. Via designboom.

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