[VIDEO] Modular Bali Style Cabin

The Multi-Purpose Villa

Created by German economist, Frank Thoma, The ingenious TomaHouse is a modular design of a Bali-style cabin. Made for the tropical islands, the cabin is designed to endure storms and earthquakes with its aluminum framework and stainless steel grid building system. To enable flexibility in design, the house includes interchangeable modules to fit the clients needs for configuration. Natural hardwoods were used as paneling and stone for the walls and flooring. Starting at 850 euros per square meter, the TomaHouse is ready to be delivered into pieces for easy assembly on site. Take a look at these photos and be sure to check out the video on page 2 . Then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page! 

 

Its versatility and ability to adapt to different cultural elements is depicted in the TomaHouseBaleClassic desig. Its light weight aluminium structures,designed and fabricated in Germany, are transportable anywhere in the world thus making them ideal for more moderate and warmer climates. In addition, the patented “TomaHouse” in natural woods and its expandable add-on concept and affordability allows for multiple uses such as in private homes as a beach pavilion or, for commercial use as in a booth at a trade show, or a newsstand or even a Jacuzzi bathhouse! Finally, each house can be assembled or taken apart within 48 hours and is completely outfitted with showers, toilets, air-conditioning, heating and lighting systems where a building team is available to setup a house anywhere in the world for a fixed fee. 

 

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