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Casa Ojalá is a small, 27 square meter house with more than 1,000 interior configurations working in synchrony without ever changing the original structure and shape. It is designed to give guests a distinct and exclusive experience: control over their environment while deeply immersed in their surroundings.

Key Features

Roof deck for taking in the surroundings

  1. Hatch for roof access
  2. Terrace area for lounging
  3. Roof panels open for sun and stargazing
  4. Optional photovoltaic panels

Living area with infinite configurations

  1. Single bed area with floor hatch
  2. Double bed area with floor hatch
  3. Bathroom area with floor hatch
  4. Ladder to the roof
  5. Bio-ethanol stove to stay warm and cosy
  6. Central furniture that can be stored below the floor
  7. Rollable interior walls in wood or fabric
  8. Exterior wood and textile walls roll up
  9. Retractable entry staircase

Pedestal base with storage and systems

  1. Mechanical room
  2. Water storage tanks
  3. Optional gray/black water storage/treatment
  4. Optional battery storage/electrical room

Self-Sufficient systems

  1. Optional photovoltaic panels
  2. Rainwater recovery
  3. Water tank
  4. Optional black water depuration tank
  5. Optional battery storage/electrical room

Manual Mechanical Systems

Casa Ojalá’s mechanical systems may seem like magic, and, well they are! But we illustrated some of them to give you an idea of how easy it is to create the configuration that suits you.

Bedroom Hatch
Bathroom Hatch
Bedroom Furniture
Sink
External Walls
Internal Walls

Fully Customizable

Every client and every location is different, so at Casa Ojalá, custom is standard. Choose materials and finishes to create the Casa that bests represents you, or work with our in-house design team for a fully bespoke experience.

Fabrics

Choose fabric to match the motif of the location where your Casa Ojalá will sit.

Woods

A variety of fine, durable woods can even be sourced locally when available.

Metals

Nearly every surface can be coated to provide the color and texture desired.