The APH80 portable home is a sustainable mobile dwelling that can be easily adapted to suit different needs and sizes. It is built by Spain based Abaton, a studio fast becoming one of our favourite architects. This particular home above can house two people. It has three discernible living spaces, a living room, a kitchen, bathroom and double bedroom. At 27 square meters it is minimally designed with hypoallergenic wood throughout the building and cement wood board covering the building.
It takes about one week to build and one day to set up and will set you back circa £18,000. The floor to ceiling glass panels allows the dweller to feel at one with any environment and it is easy to imagine this home being used as extra space or a creative bolt hole somewhere. Simplicity at it’s best.