While perusing the Studio Dror website, I happened upon this stunning concept for a modular villa in New York. Decidedly modern in design, the pre-fab modular structure is inspired by Villa Rotunda, designed by Renaissance architect, Andrea Palladio and completed in 1591.
In this modular home, the wings or cubes are constructed off-site and connect at a central living room with a balcony. The layout is reminiscent of Villa Rotunda with the salons connected by the central circular hall which also features a balcony. The translation from classical architecture makes this modern design both efficient and stunning. Check out the Studio Dror site for more info by clicking here.
IMAGE CREDITS: Images from Studio Dror