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The Three Mobile House
Slow Architecture with Hangar Design Group
F.N., September 21, 2015
Icaro Bay_Hangar Design Group
Icaro Bay_Hangar Design Group
 
Surrounded by the greenery of an Alpine pasture or resting on bare rock, the mobile home reflects the colours that surround it in its metal coating. Large Velux windows reveal the profiles of the snow-capped mountains from inside the home.
 Natural wood finishes project the warmth of the interior outside. In this new version of the mountain cabin, a continuous, homogeneous metal surface creates a mountain refuge with a heart of living wood.
The cubic Icaro Bay model, with its flat roof, large living room windows and openings in the bedrooms, is decorated with blue furniture and kitchen units, white walls and living wood with open pores varnished like wood on boats or wharves.
 The open space floor plan of Suite Home with its big windows is perfect for contemplating infinite horizons. The big panes of glass create an evocative continuity between inside and outside, forming new open terraces that participate in the landscape with harmony and continuity. Their clear white aluminium profile becomes a guide for the alternate sliding of regular panes of glass and wooden panels. The living room, dominated by a sofa and a big LCD screen, leads into the bedroom area with its one double bed.

Joshua Tree by Hangar Design Group
Joshua Tree by Hangar Design Group
 
Icaro Bay_Hangar Design Group
Icaro Bay_Hangar Design Group
 
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