- Square Footage: 1,917-2,818
- Levels: 2
- Bedrooms: 3 - 4
- Bathrooms: 2 full, 1 half
- Garage: one-car
- Office: Yes
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As far as we know, it’s never been done before.
The plan for Zoka Zola’s Spore House starts as a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom and contemplates a 4 phase buildout—designed for adding on, with minimal disruption to the existing structure, as your family and/or your needs grow.
The Spore House could not be any better suited to the needs of today’s efficiency-minded homebuyers. Phased construction removes the common temptation to overbuild based on perceived future wants or needs. Build what you want and need today, knowing you’ve preserved maximum flexibility no matter what the future brings.
An environment that seamlessly choreographs everyday living, work, and play.
As Spore House expands it encircles a central courtyard, creating an environment that seamlessly choreographs everyday living, work, and play. The house can start as small as 1917 sq ft, including 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, kitchen, dining, living room and garage, and at its largest can become 2818 sq ft including 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, kitchen, dining, living room, garage, playroom, office and green house.
Hometta is excited to offer this groundbreaking work by one of today’s most acclaimed modern architects. According to a 2008 New York Times article on Zola’s Zero-Energy House in Kuala Lumpur, her work not only contributes to “the legacy of architecture” but also “takes sustainable design into the 21st Century."
Zoka Zola’s Pfanner House was included alongside the work of Richard Neutra, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Richard Meier in Kenneth Frampton’s latest edition of American Masterworks, Zoka is acclaimed as one of the most influential architects of the new generation. Robert Venturi declares, “This is real architecture. [It] combines eloquently valid complexity and contradiction – and artfulness.”