The homeowner can take advantage this connectivity flexibly to customize the use of the space in whatever way best fits their needs and lifestyle.
Most homeowners don’t look at a layout and automatically see a living room, a dining area, a kitchen, a room for the children or other rooms as fixed and pre-determined areas. They might envision a space that brings together a cafe and a library or a bright space connected to the terrace that can be used to enjoy a meal. They imagine the scenes in their life as they enjoy their new home.
The connectivity achieved by the spiral design can be flexibly adapted to the homeowner’s vision. Some homeowners might design a living space focused around a home office or their pet or even their car if they choose to use the area adjacent to the garage as a living room.
If a home were a computer, Corone would be the operating system. Each owner is free to install and enjoy the types of software and applications they want. The main focus of Corone is to give homeowners a sense of freedom and excitement when planning how to use their new home which can’t be achieved with the limitations of conventional home designs.