Between caravan and folding house, this mini house opens up to offer a living space unlike any other. A project imagined by designers Stéphanie Bellanger, Amaury Watine, François Gustin and David Dethoor.

This transportable house is in the form of an opaque shell and compact mounted on wheels and towed by a vehicle.

Once there, the shell opens, releasing walls and movable plates. Mounted on rails, they separate and are then distributed on 252 ° to provide the user with a bathroom, a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and an office.

The assembly is covered with a second skin fold and also to isolate the living space from the outside.

Designed in the style of a boat cabin, the interior space is optimized thanks to multiple equipment and compact and functional storage at a time. 

Source: yankodesign

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