POLYGON HOUSE

BY EDUARDO CALMA

POLYGON HOUSE

BY EDUARDO CALMA

POLYGON HOUSE

BY EDUARDO CALMA

POLYGON HOUSE

BY EDUARDO CALMA

POLYGON HOUSE

BY EDUARDO CALMA

DESIGNER

BY EDUARDO CALMA

FUNCTIONS

Precrafted Home

NO. OF BEDROOMS

2BR

LIMITED EDITION
DIMENSIONS
2BR: L 8.31m x W 7.20m x H 6.49m
INTERIOR
2BR Interior Area = 97.55sqm
Deck Area = 6.76sqm
Total Area = 104.31sqm

Eduardo Calma has always thought houses with today’s technology could be manufactured in controlled factories much like cars. It could be economically manufactured by factories all over the world who specializes in certain parts.

The Polygon house is the beginning of this experimentation.
Calma wanted the house to be of a single material held together on a steel exoskeleton. He chose insulated metal panels, which can be used for the walls and roof as a singular expression of the surface. The panels can be cut and bent in the factory and can be packed, delivered, and assembled on site together with the metal frame.

The resulting faceted form of the house is the result of the natural expression of the material used. It doesn’t try to mimic our image of what a typical house should look like, but presents a new type of architecture dictated by technology and designed to work with the environment and responds to the programmatic needs of the user.

FLOOR PLAN

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

A multi-awarded architect, Eduardo Calma is known for designing luxurious homes in upscale communities in the Philippines.