The mobile walls, generally built in glass, allow to eliminate the antagonism inside / outside. The avant-garde architects are using them more and more in their designs. Especially in countries with a warm climate where the weather allows this action without fear of inclement weather affecting the house.
In Brazil this is a resource widely used by leading architects. The mobile, sliding glass walls are installed mostly on the ground floor. Thus the open space that normally forms the living room and the kitchen becomes an outdoor space when running the walls.
Remaining a huge open space where the inside and the outside are diluted and one is immersed in the natural space that surrounds it.
In this house in Singapore, the exterior has been engulfed by housing and now has become part of it. The difference outside / inside has disappeared and this time in favor of the inside. An empty space separates the house from the interior garden allowing a great contribution of light and air.
In this Israeli house, both the façade and the back wall facing the garden have been built with large moving glass panels. These have a motorized system that allows to move the glass panels and leave the house completely open. The garden pool seems to even enter the house.
The solutions to the different proposals are very diverse, from glass to wood can be used for these mobile walls that turn the house into something alive that connects its inhabitants with nature.
Tremendously spectacular these mobile walls give a great versatility to these sumptuous and enviable constructions.