The mobile home concept by Tom Kundig is named Rolling Huts and is several steps above camping but remains low-tech and low-impact on the environment.
Each house is constructed from a 200 square-foot steel clad box that sits on a steel and wood platform that extends the structure with 240 square feet of covered deck space.
You can enter the hut through a double-paned sliding glass door. The interiors are outfitted in cork and plywood and the exterior of the huts are finished with materials such as steel and plywood.
The huts are grouped as a herd: while each is sited towards the mountains their proximity unites them.
This homes can be used in sensitive areas that don’t allow permanent homes, that’s why the huts are raised a short distance off the ground. Also thy have wheels to be moved.
I really like this idea of mobile home that can be moved from place to place in order to have different views of the landscape.
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