By Roger Hazard
One luxury afforded to tiny houses is the potential for portability. Madrid-based architecture firm ÁBATON has engineered that trait into its new ÁPH80 Transportable House.
Designed for two occupants and easy transportation via truck, this prefabricated home utilizes environmentally-friendly materials and has a simple, unadorned exterior.
The interior features a dedicated bedroom and bathroom, and is swathed in sustainably-harvested fir, which adds some much-needed warmth to the clean, modern look.
For more information, visit abaton.es. Photos via ÁBATON.
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