Spanish architectural studio ÁBATON from Madrid built the ÁPH80 environmentally friendly mobile house, with recognizable minimalist design. Even though from the outside it looks quite simple, it has everything necessary for two to live comfortably – a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom and a bedroom.
As a result of a study, led by the experts from ÁBATON, this dwelling got perfectly calculated dimensions, due to which the transportation to any place is very easy. The computer-controlled cutting technology was used in order to make all the pieces fit perfectly. In case of moving or locking up for a while, all openings can be closed, and that way the inside of the construction is secured.
While designing and manufacturing, the architects of ÁBATON consider ecology deeply. Most of the materials used for the building of their projects, or in this case, the ÁPH80, can be recycled. The interior is made of Spanish fir tree wooden panels, which make the house hypoallergenic. Inside those panels are dyed white, and the outer side is coated with grey cement timber board. Due to organic materials, the house is naturally ventilated, and thermally isolated with 12cm insulation layer, which controls the indoor temperature.
The living room area is set in between the kitchen and the bathroom and has one big opening, which gives the impression of even bigger space, although with the ceiling set at the height of 3,5 meters, it is already rather comfortable and spacious. The structure has two more openings on the sides.
As simple and discreet as it is, it only takes 4-6 weeks to manufacture the ÁPH80, 1 day to assemble it, 32.000€ to buy it and the right place to put it.
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