It’s seven and a half toes huge, twenty-two toes lengthy, and eight toes tall. That makes roughly 97 sq. toes of dwelling area. Constructed with domestically sourced mushy woods, insulated with fiberglass or rock wool, relying on price range. Sleeping and normal enjoyable happen on a sofa-bed. The kitchen features a sink and an oven. An enormous window opens huge to the world, turning your entire dwelling space right into a patio.
And you may tow it with a household automobile.
That is the Koleliba, designed by Bulgarian architect Hristina Hristova. She constructed it for roughly $9,500.
“The thought was born out of our need to steer clear of the crowds and the concrete of the five-star seaside resorts, and spend time someplace calmer and nearer to nature,” stated Hristova.
Her household couldn’t afford a plot of land on the seashores of the Black Sea, the place they favored to trip, plus, they have been dismayed by the fast encroachment of everlasting buildings marring the pure panorama. So, this cheaper, cell cabin on wheels was born. The time period Koleliba is an amalgamation of the Bulgarian phrases for “hut” and “wheels.” A trailer, should you like.
The wooden, an oiled pine, was protected with oil fairly than lacquer, to maintain the scent of freshly minimize timber.
“That is our response to the invading consumerism that encourages us to all the time need our properties greater, higher and unnecessarily luxurious,” Hristova advised Dezeen. “It’s a step again to a less complicated life with out excesses however filled with free time, comfortable moments and buddies, which we frequently must sacrifice in our unending drive for extra.”
Within the U.S., by the best way, fiberglass trailers not massive sufficient to face in recurrently promote for nicely over $10,000.