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The Three Mobile House : Slow Architecture with Hangar Design Group
The Three Mobile House
Slow Architecture with Hangar Design Group
F.N., September 21, 2015
Joshua Tree by Hangar Design Group
Joshua Tree by Hangar Design Group
 
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Hangar Design Group has designed three new mobile homes in partnership with HHD, Holiday Homes Design, an Italian manufacturer of prefabricated accommodations. True micro-homes incorporating interesting functional solutions, the new mobile homes do away with the associations of temporariness conventionally linked with the idea of prefabrication.
 HHD's residential units are designed to be built entirely in the factory, like products of industrial design, and incorporate home automation elements that add to their potential in terms of technologies for management and control of windows, climate control and heating.
 All the prototype homes are designed to be flexible and reversible but at the same time to serve as permanent homes.
 A two-person model is available (Suite Home), as well as a home for three or four (Joshua Tree) or a home with a more complex layout for four (Icaro Bay).


Joshua Tree by Hangar Design Group
Joshua Tree by Hangar Design Group
 
Designed for HHD - Holiday Homes Design - the three new miniature homes attempt to revolutionise the concept of the mobile home, solving the problem of its ephemeral, temporary character. Somewhere between design and architecture, the plan for three mobile homes by Hangar Design Group was presented during the Salone del Mobile in Milan.
 Designed for HHD - Holiday Homes Design - the three new miniature homes attempt to revolutionise the concept of the mobile home, solving the problem of the ephemeral, temporary character traditionally linked with the concept of prefabrication. These mobile homes claim status as true miniature homes, offering flexible functional solutions in terms of both materials and furnishings based on a highly rational floor plan in which there is room for everything and all the inhabitants' needs are met, responding to the requirements of today's nomadic culture and lifestyle.
 Destined for open air tourist accommodations and for private residential use, all three mobile home models stand out for their intrinsic aesthetic and functional character and ability to respond to accommodation requirements by combining different modules, permitting creation of ever-changing landscapes in total freedom and privileging forms of architecture linked with the genius loci of the place hosting them.
 The Joshua Tree is the model intended for difficult sites in the mountains, consisting of 34 square metres divided into two bedrooms, two bathrooms with a shared shower and a kitchen and living area.

Sandro Manente + Alberto Bovo_Hangar Design Group
Sandro Manente + Alberto Bovo_Hangar Design Group
 
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