For $205 / sq. ft., buyers can be assured they’re not paying the highest amount on the market, and will be able to customize almost everything about the final product, starting with the most basic layout (of which there are three possible choices).
Next, the buyer will choose the tonal range of the fir wood interiors, followed by the furniture, exterior elements (like a deck or terrace), and finally the location (the Casa Invisible can be built on sloping or uneven ground).
The exterior of the case invisible is covered with mirrors, which work to reflect the outside environment and cement the property as a feature of the surrounding habitat, not an unnatural addition. There’s no other modular home on the market that offers quite so striking an exterior—indeed, it’s because of these mirrors that the ‘Invisible House’ gets its name in the first place.
A bedroom, a bathroom, and a kitchen are included inside on the 538 total square footage, and the quality of all interior elements is one half of the company’s total philosophy, so the prospective buyer can rest assured in the knowledge that they haven’t skimped on the design and construction process of the Casa Invisible’s inside spaces, either.