Everything is compact and mobile these days. Thus it was only a matter of time before someone comes up with the idea of mobile housing. A New Zealand architects Andre Hoskin recently introduced his newest invention which should give nomads a chance for a more comfortable living. The house is simple, light and elegant at the same time. It is delivered as a construction kit easy to assemble into a stylish house.
Each unit features 1,130 square feet of open space which includes a living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, two closets, cabinets and storage space as well as three outside terraces. It can also serve as a single ample bedroom, office/studio or a neat secondary housing however units can be combined forming a large residence. Siding is made of plywood and timber in white, black and red colors. Low construction, rectangular layout and wood-glass combination remind of the famous Farnsworth House by Mies vad der Rohe.