IWI, the design project of architects Juan Ruiz and Amelia Tapia, offers users a modular living space that can adapt to their own needs!
Designed and patented by Ruiz and Tapia, the IWI consists of two wooden modules connected to a folding structure resembling an accordion. When space is not needed, the wooden inserts can be clamped together. When expanded, the space can be turned into an office, studio, yoga room, relaxation area, workshop, guest room, etc.
The front module consists of two glass doors that rotate out to fully open the unit all the way around it. In addition to functionality, the rear module houses all areas such as electrical outlets, lighting and sinks.
•Design by Iwi.ec
•Photography by Jag Studio and Joel Heim