There’s something very exhilarating about being immersed in a natural environment. Living in nature, without the distractions of technological applications or the frenzy that is brought on by paying excessive attention to the internet, can sometimes be the best thing.
Perhaps the most elevated form of tiny home living was brought about by the “tiny homes on wheels” phenomenon. Some of these mobile homes are extremely ambitious, and are used for longterm road trips.
One design company, Wohnwagon, has manufactured an ingenious living space — it is completely eco-friendly, and constructed from recycled materials.
This self-sufficient home also has an incredibly exquisite interior, perhaps one of the most beautiful we’ve ever seen. Read further to find out how this marvelous home came into being.
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Austrian manufacturer Wohnwagon ("residential," or "living" wagon in German) has built a fine mobile home entirely from naturally-sourced and recycled materials.
The house has an elegant, minimalist interior with cream tones. The exterior skin is made from Larch trees, and facilitates the home's other functions: a "green" roof and solar rooftop panels.
The bed is fully equipped with storage compartments and pullout contraptions.
See how these functions can save a ton of space!
Natural light is let in by the triple-glazed windows adjacent to the bedroom area. Energy generated by the roof panels is stored in batteries beneath the caravan.
The bathroom comes with a composting toilet. Rainwater and gray water are collected and recycled to create water for drinking, household usage, and the roof irrigation system.
There is also an open kitchen and dining area that separates the bathroom and the bedroom.
The insulation is powered by locally sourced sheep wool, clay plaster, and recycled spruce and wood-fiber panels.
Each mobile home that Wohnwagon designs and produces can be customized — more details, including furnishings and prices, can be found on the website.
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