Ábaton Portable Home | APH80

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This 27 square metre portable home, designed and developed by Spanish studio Ábaton is a micro home that can be transported on the back of a truck and placed almost anywhere. The exterior of the house is clad in cement-board panels, a look that blends into the surroundings in a monolithic way. These panels however, sit on hinges that can be opened to reveal large sliding glass windows looking into a small, yet spacious kitchen/living area. The interior is a lightly stained Spanish fir wood, giving an extended fullness to the inside. This mobile dwelling has been ideally developed for two people, is easily transported by road and ready to be placed almost anywhere. The goal of Ábaton is to blend wellbeing, environmental balance, and simplicity - this design doing so effortlessly. ÁPH80 has three different spaces measuring 27 square metres (9x3): a living room/kitchen, a full bathroom and double bedroom. Its gabled roof is 3.5 metres high indoors. Most of the materials can be recycled and meet the sustainable building criteria.

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Photos Courtesy Of Ábaton Studio

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