The house is absolutely transformable, because it consists of blocks – this allows you to have more flexibility and focus on absolutely all groups of the population. If you are young and your family has grown, you can add additional blocks. It can be socially oriented housing-it is enough to combine the blocks so that several houses (families) have common spaces (for example a garden, or storage space, a meeting place or living rooms, a kitchen). Blocks can be rethought over time – removed and taken away, if you do not have a lot of money, you can collect the house in stages, gradually expanding. Freedom of choice will allow you to create an infinite number of different houses. Your house will always be unique, because you will assemble it yourself, freedom of creativity, as in cubes of lego. In addition to the shape of the block, a person can choose from what will be made a module – material (this can be wood or recycled rubbish), glass, solar panels or green roof. a person chooses panels that are assembled on a frame. Each house is also environmentally friendly, because it does not require additional expenses. A solar battery collects energy, and roofs-collect rainwater-to distribute stored water around the house. The used water can be used in hell for growing plants.
The green roof also makes the house environmentally friendly, the greenery collects water, and keeps heat in a colder climate.
Combining blocks with each other creates a secure territory, it is enough just to put blocks in order to create internal public spaces. Blocks are large-scale to a person-this creates a harmonious medium for life. Such dimensions allow creating communities among people, people are familiar to each other and the environment becomes safe.
Orientation of blocks also has a value-it helps to save energy
The location can be anything from the city to the lovely rural areas or just nature.