OFT Transformable House03.25.08   |   Posted in: Modern Home   |   By: A. Salem Jones
Tags: Andrea Fino, Architecture, Barbara Giroldi, OFT, Samanta Snidaro, Sand and Birch Design, Transformable House
The name OFT comes from the word Loft, in which it has been taken out the “L”, that has to be meant like the dimension “Large”. The OFT is in fact of limited dimensions in its basic composition, but, as well as the loft, it is characterized by spaces adaptable to changeable necessities.
We have imagined a home that would easily allowe to assemble different pieces and to change them during the time. Adding or subtracting elements, also temporarily. Designed by Samanta Snidaro, Andrea Fino and Barbara Giroldi for Sand and Birch Design. Apparently it’s in the ballpark of $500 per square foot.